I have a site, CoachGuiden, where I list coaches and needed to be able to set categories on the coach pages. I found Ninja Page Categories and Tags which is a plugin that solves my problem. CoachGuiden is in Swedish but you’ll be able to see how the plugin works anyway. On the individual coach-pages, […]
I wanted a sitemap for my blogs showing all the pages. The main menu might not show all pages but I wanted that information on a page. I found HTML Sitemap for WordPress where Yoast shows how to create a sitemap. I created a HTML Sitemap WordPress Page Template, see the result at Sitemap.
I have created a page listing WordPress Plugins I Use. Since it’s created by a plugin that page is always up to date. The plugin page is closed for comments, any questions or comments can be done here.
I noticed really nice social bookmarking on several blogs but it took me a while to figure out that what they use is SexyBookmarks. It’s bookmarks are clearly visible yet not ‘in your face’, I find them attractive and it’s easy to share a link. Though the name may be a little “edgy” for some, […]
I came across the Yet Another Related Posts Plugin again and decided to give it a try. The description says: Yet Another Related Posts Plugin (YARPP) gives you a list of posts and/or pages related to the current entry, introducing the reader to other relevant content on your site I have installed YARPP here and […]
I have installed the TweetMeme Button on this blog. It’s a nice WordPress plugin that is focused, it’s about retweets and nothing else. The plugin shows a button and the number of retweets so far. I used Tweet This before but it had too many features compared to what I want. Update. I have switched […]
The Blog Herald writes about Add a Free & Useful Toolbar to Your Blog which is about the Wibiya toolbar. It’s a new tool, Wibiya is currently by invitation only, but it looks really interesting. You can see the Wibiya toolbar in action at Jobacle, see bottom of screen. I have signed up and look […]
In 8 First Step SEO Tips for Bloggers Darren answers this question: What are the first steps to optimizing my blog for searches? Darren expands on his eight tips, in short they are: 1. Content is King 2. Anticipate What People Will be Searching For 3. Titles Titles Titles 4. Keywords in other parts of […]
Men With Pens has a great post about WordPress 2.8: It’s Time to Upgrade Your Site. They describe what’s new and also reminds us to deactivate plugins before an upgrade. I was in a rush when upgrading one of my blogs and did a ‘deep end of the pool’ upgrade, upgrading WordPress without deactivating my […]
There are many themes available for WordPress, free as well as for a price. Here are some links to get you started, the options are (almost) limitless. Here are some free themes: • The Theme Directory at WordPress.org • 20 Great Free WordPress 2.7 Themes • 140+ Brilliant Free WordPress Themes Around And these themes have a price: […]