In the early days, all hyperlinks were permalinks since content was static. However, since the rise of blogging and dynamic web pages, permalinks, or permanent links, usually refer to the web address of a single blog post. Because a blog post is a permanent thing (the content may change but the URL doesn’t), it is […]
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This is part 6 of 7 in the Facebook Social Plugins series: To generate recommendations, the plugin considers all social interactions with URLs from your site. For a logged in Facebook user, the plugin will give preference to and highlight objects their friends have interacted with. Facebook Dev — Recommendations Now that you have your […]
A standard WordPress install comes with a bunch of useful Dashboard widgets (Recent Drafts, Recent Comments, Right Now) and some that are damn near useless for certain people (Other WordPress News, WordPress Blog, QuickPress). However there is no simple way to add a widget of your own…or is there? I like to add a widget […]
This quick tutorial is for those who have taken part in our free WordPress blog setup. Changing Your DNS Every domain registrar has a slightly different procedure for changing your domain nameserver, but the essentials are the same. You need to: Login to your domain registrar — the place you bought your domain; GoDaddy, Namecheap, […]
If you haven’t noticed, WordPress saves post and page revisions every time the Save Draft and Publish buttons are pressed as well as when the auto-save function kicks in every 60 seconds. It’s a good thing too because I can go for hours without remembering to save, enthralled by whatever literary masterpiece I’m constructing at […]
This is part 2 of 7 in the Facebook Social Plugins series:The <meta> tags allowed by the Open Graph protocol allow you to specify structured information about the web pages on your site. The more information you provide about a particular page, the easier it is for that page to become indexed in the appropriate […]