I had no idea how sexy ecommerce could be. Looking at Magento vs WordPress.
How to get HTTPD and FTP to play well together or SEO image management nirvana
How to solve the server side permissions issues between HTTPD and FTP. Making KFM play nice with FTP.
Facebook in Financial Trouble
Facebook desperately need $100 million. Just the kind of company I’d like to give access all the contact information for my family and friends.
Microsoft AdCenter Setup for Mac Users
A look at setting Microsoft AdCenter up for Mac users.
Backup on Mac OS X: Testing MimMac with Backup Bouncer
I just found a great little utility to test backup systems. It’s called Backup Bouncer and like the bouncer in a bar Backup Bouncer is there to keep the patrons honest. It will let you know ahead of time if your backup system is letting you down in complex ways, like not copying metadata or […]
Using the Search Regex plugin for WordPress successfully
How to use Search Regex to search and replace across your site but not destroy your weblog with a single button click. Be careful out there.
SSL plugin that suites your needs. You can setup URIs that must be handled by WordPress only through https. Features three Es: Easy to install Easy configuration Easy to use Installation: Get (download) the plugin Unzip the contents Copy the whole directory into your WordPress plugin directory (usually located in /wp-content/plugins/) Go into Plugins management […]
Moving from Typepad to WordPress Definitive Guide
Typepad is an awful platform and very difficult to leave. We rescued Uncoy.com from SixApart’s clutches with nothing broken. Here’s how you do it.
WordPress Ping Lists
The question is if we need to tell WordPress not to ping again on update? Also, is this WordPress ping listaccurate?
The ideal WordPress comment code
A bullet proof system for setting up comments right on a WordPress weblog and preventing any spam from appearing on your weblog.
New York Times Online: Ad Revenue Mismanagement = Unemployed Journalists
With the traffic, search engine rankings and original content they have, someone in the NYtimes media department is doing a seriously bad job of promoting and monetizing the site.
SBI (Site Build It) versus WordPress: How to Structure a Website
Weblogs are daily news. How do you turn a weblog into a permanent resource of value (and keep your traffic)? Keep writing, but just archive your content differently.
Keeping WordPress Overhead Down: How to Catch and Disable Greedy Plugins
How does one keep track of how much processor time and overhead any given WordPress plugin requires? PHP code and tips to help you catch greedy WordPress plugins before you get your shared hosting account disabled.
WordPress plugin review: FAQ-Tastic
FAQ-Tastic – a FAQ – Ask Me solution for WordPress. Reviewed in depth.
Photoshop CS3 Droplet: Save as GIF
For some reason it is impossible to convert ImageReady or previous Photoshop versions Droplets to Photoshop CS3. Here is a simple PS3 Save to GIF droplet for your use.
Why WordPress? – the Tumblr Question
David Karp writes about the advantages of Tumblr: “posting with zero obligations, little or no comment”. Great for wisecracking, difficult for communicating.
Current WordPress 2.4 Admin Theme a Disappointment
From the beginning WordPress has generally looked great when going out with visitors but she dresses awfully sloppily around the house. Current previews of the updated WordPress 2.4 Admin interface show a getup which looks worse if anything, than what’s there now.
Why Foliopress WYSIWYG will be PHP5 Only
Six good reasons why Foliopress WYSIWYG will be PHP5 only. Sometimes releasing new software is great. One isn’t hindered by legacy issues.
Trouble with DD Add Signature Plugin
My best advice: if you can keep computers out of your life, do. Nothing more reliable and crash resistant than pen and paper. Tolstoy, Stendhal and Lermontov.
Site Renovation Day
Spent most of the day working on Foliopress WYSIWYG together with Peter Baran. Our solution for the WordPress WYSIWYG and image handling nightmare is coming along quite brilliantly well. This is what the basic toolbar looks like.