New WordPress Plugin: Cron Jobs Alternative

If you hate cron jobs or haven’t figured out how they work, here’s some good news. David Pankhurst developed a new WordPress plugin that really makes it easy to set cron jobs. A cron job is a time-based scheduling service in a Unix operating systems. If you want some program or code to start at […]

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WordPress SEO

In the past, I’ve published post about search engine optimization for WordPress blogs, containing title optimization and generating keywords and description tags. I’ve always implemented these optimization tips myself, because they worked like charm and there was no adequate plugin available that suited my needs. Until now. Because I’ve implemented the All in One SEO […]

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What Do You Want From A WordPress Theme?

As you may have noticed, I’ve changed my WordPress theme during the holidays. Not that I wasn’t happy with the old one any more. It worked perfectly and I was absolutely satisfied with it. But I really wanted to get an answer to the question: “What do I want from a WordPress theme?”. I think […]

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WordPress Search Engine Optimization

If your blog displays archives, categories, tags and a search feature, you have to realize that the content in these sections is a duplicate of your original content shown in the ‘single’ page. Therefore it would be very wise to list an excerpt only and not the full posts. To do so, find this line: […]

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SEO, WordPress and Other Gems

Today I want to draw your attention to a blog from a country fellowman: Joost de Valk. Joost is a Search Strategist at the SEO department of a Dutch online marketing, advertising and seo company and he’s a WordPress expert. He also runs his own web design company called AlthA Webdesign. Joost must be a […]

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Widgets and Plugins

Guess what? This post is about widgets! I just tried to log in at MyBlogLog. You now can’t get in there without having a Yahoo account. No letter, no announcement, nothing. Great service. So I used my Yahoo account to log in. Then you have to merge your Yahoo! and MyBlogLog accounts, which is what […]

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