The jQuery Lightbox for Native galleries plugin. If you have created a gallery using your media library, this plugin takes that gallery to the next level by creating a nice lightbox and slideshow for your images. PLEASE NOTE: This plugin has been discontinued so it will not be updated. As the plugin author told me: It’s […]
As you know, WordPress makes it easy to do updates on your website as your business grows and evolves. When your target client and message change, it’s a good idea to make sure the content of your website reflects that.
If you are like me, your blog posts take some time. Sometimes lots of time. I’ll toss a topic around, let it marinate. Even start writing and abandon it because I’m not feeling particularly passionate about it. So by the time I’m finished, I want to be finished. I want to get it out of my brain so […]
They are popping up everywhere. Join a site, pay $25 a month—or 10, or 50—and get everything you need to know about losing weight, improving your blogging skills, becoming a better fly fisher, finding your dream mate, living abroad, investing or something else. There are even membership sites that teach people how to build and […]
Posted by Judy Dunn The ‘experts’ will tell you that your about page is one of the most important spots on your blog. They are right. In fact, on the CatsEyeWriter blog, my about page is consistently the second or third most viewed page. Because the first thing a new visitor wants to do when they […]
If you don’t know it by now, it’s good to always uncheck the comment and trackback boxes when creating a new page. Why? First, no one wants to comment on a static page. Secondly, by having a comment box on your page, it makes you look like you don’t know how to use or understand […]
If you have attended any of my workshops, or even, any WordPress workshop, you have heard the importance of backing up your site if you are self-hosted. Yes, I said backup. Often when I tell users this, they ask… Why? There are a number of things that could go wrong in the life of your […]
So you have decided to move from WordPress.com to a self-hosted site. But then you wonder, what happens to all your readers who have been going to www.mydomain.wordpress.com?