Tag: Wordpress

Develop faster in Fedora with a local LAMP

Are you a web developer or designer? Do you want a local LAMP server for all your building and experimenting needs? Do you often use WordPress but up until now all your work has been done online, tying you down to the speed of your internet…

Tin your WP spam comments for good.

Spam comments are a nuisance. I’ve just spent about half an hour going through comments posted to this site in the last week or so, most of which it has to be said were rubbish! However, there are better ways of dealing with this build up…

Updated to WordPress 2.9

Well today I awoke to find news of the latest release of WordPress. A quick read-through of the changes sure brought a smile to my face. I’ve been a ¬†little out of the WP loop (pun… slightly intended), and had just started using my installation as…

The end for wordpress coders?

I’ve recently (just now in fact) been made aware of an adobe Photoshop plugin for wordpress theme creation straight from a psd design. Looking through the Divine Project website and reading more about it seems to uncover a few pertinant points. The site itself answers my…

Moved webhost and nearly finished new theme.

Last night / this morning I finally moved host over to MyFireHost. My previous provider was so slow and subject to so many problems with mysql that I just couldn’t take anymore! I finally finished moving everything over this morning and have activated my work in…

Upgraded to WordPress 2.8

Incredibly useful article for anyone using wordpress 2.8. A mini-review rolled into a brief collections of howtos.

A must read if you’re thinking of updating or you just have.

Linux Mint Generated Button

After a little discussion and some information about how wordpress.com functions from mesanna I’ve quite quickly made the first demo version of a generated button. And here it is. So far it’s really just proof of concept, and its code is a little limited but could…

Basic theme for now

Well, after a bit of faffing (pottering to you or me) I’ve settled on WordPress for my portfolio for the time being. It’s simple, gets the job done and allows me some time to polish all my templates and make them WP ready. Who knows, if…