Posts Tagged: wordpress
Seemed like a good time to change themes here… and after searching around for a couple of hours the one I liked best was the TwentyTen theme that comes with WordPress. Go figure. Needs a little more customization, but it’s a start.
Found another offline WordPress editor to try on my MacBook. This time it’s myWeblog 2.1. I like the looks of it. Seems very Mac-like, which I suppose is a good thing. One of the things I’m most looking for, and so far only found in myWeblog, is the ability to edit pages. WYSIWYG would be… Read more »
Tags and categories seem to provide pretty much the same functionality on blogs. The only difference I can see is that a blog typically has a handful of categories, but may have hundreds of tags. With that, does it make sense to even use categories anymore? I’m thinking not, so I’m going to go with… Read more »
If you read the post up from this you’ll see that I just tried out Qumana and wasn’t all that happy with it. It was nice to be able to blog without logging into WordPress, but it had a couple of deal breakers for me. Unfortunately none of the free solutions I’ve come across have… Read more »
Trying something new again. The WordPress iPhone app that I posted about a few days ago was nice, but it doens’t work well for longer posts. Nothing against the app. But I can type pretty quickly and it’s frustrating to have to slow down for the little keyboard. Fortunately I have my MacBook with me… Read more »
Let’s see how this goes. I’m writing my first blog post from my iPhone. A few months ago I tried the WordPress app version 1 point something. Couldn’t figure out if it supported tag, and I prefer using tags over categories. Fortunately I came across version 2.1 today and it works without a hitch.
Didn’t know this was around, but looking for older versions of WordPress to test plugins against I found the WordPress release archive. Looks like you can find pretty much every release they’ve put out.
After spending the better part of yesterday getting a forum setup with the same layout as its parent WordPress site I thought I’d share a couple of tips along the way. And I picked a less efficient way, including wp-blog-header.php in the forum code, because it was far easier. At some point I may go… Read more »