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Posts Tagged ‘WordPress Post’

WordPress 3.4 Released — Yawn, but Upgrade Anyway :-)

June 13th, 2012 No comments

WordPress 3.4 was just released and as always you should upgrade, if for nothing else, just to ensure you have the security fixes. As for functionality improvements, there is nothing really exciting about this release. You can preview theme changes before publishing them and change the size of the header in the default theme now–although you are still stuck with the massive amount of wasted space above the header unless you make code changes like demonstrated here. You can also create nice looking Twitter embeds by pasting the tweet permalink on a line in the editor–been doing that for a while now with the Blackbird Pie plugin.

How to Create a Mobile WordPress Site

November 20th, 2011 2 comments

If you don’t currently have your WordPress blog configured to render on mobile devi ces, then watch this video for directions on using the WPTouch plugin. In only a few minutes you have configure your blog to render very nicely on a variety of smartphones.

Customize WordPress Post Revisions

January 17th, 2010 12 comments

In a default install of WordPress, each time you edit a post or page, WordPress will automatically save your previous posts/pages allowing the possibility of reverting to a previous version of that post or page. This is a cool feature, but it can get a little ridiculous when you have dozens of previous versions sitting below the post–and taking up space in your db. As you can see in the following screenshot, with just a couple of edits to this post, I’ve already racked-up 4 revisions…by the time I finish editing, I’ll probably have a dozen or so…

How to Write a WordPress Post

October 5th, 2009 No comments

Note: The following is made available under GPL from http://codex.wordpress.org/GPL. It may be edited a little from its original form, but probably not a lot. There is no guarantee this information is accurate…use at your own risk.
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To write a post:

1. Log in to your WordPress Administration Panel.
2. Click the Posts tab.
3. Click the Add New Sub Tab
4. Start filling in the blanks.
5. As needed, select a category, add tags, and make other selections from the sections below the post. Each of these sections is explained below.
6. When you are ready, click Publish.