October 2007

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Using WordPress Custom Fields: Subtitles

This article, or series of articles, is long overdue. I’ve been using custom fields to make “little” fixes around this site for a while now. They are probably the most powerful feature of WordPress, yet the least used. Maybe that’s because they’re hidden away at the bottom of the “Write” … Continue reading →

WordPress Peace, Not WordPress War

If you follow WordPress theme designer blogs then there’s probably little chance that you’ve missed the big showdown happening between Small Potato (WP Designer) and Adii. I’ve followed both of these young designers since they’ve been designing WordPress themes and consider both to be at the top of the WordPress … Continue reading →

Managing WordPress Tags

Do you input 50 different tags to compliment your post? Use "blog," "blogs," and "blogging" as a tag every time you post? List "WordPress" as a tag simply because you're using that blogging platform? Add random things that have nothing to do whatsoever with the content of your post itself … Continue reading →

Weekly Roundup #1

After a long summer, one in which I had little Internet access, I am happy to say that I am now back in full force. I’m blog-hopping, RSS feed-reading, web-designing, and just plain havin’ fun on the Net again. It doesn’t hurt that South Korea’s Internet service is blazing fast … Continue reading →

Themes List: WordPress Plugin

If you’re a WordPress theme designer, this little plugin I put together might help you. Do you have a central page that lists all of your themes? No WordPress theme designer should do without that page. I’ve been using this for a while now and have finally decided to release … Continue reading →

The Milk Challenge

Lately, I’ve been blogging a little too much about WordPress and all kinds of mumbo-jumbo for the Internet junkies. Today, however, I’m going to share with you a little movie. Yes, a movie! Last Monday, I was put to the “Milk Challenge.” Little did I know, when I decided to … Continue reading →

Newspaperize: WordPress Theme

Theme Information: Description: A 910px, fixed-width, widget-ready theme. Its focus is for news blogs and sites. The template makes it easy to get a lot of information to the user as quickly as possible, but in a stylish way. Requirement(s): Wordpress 2.1+ Support: Support forums Download Theme ([download#18#hits]) | Live … Continue reading →

Moving To Firefox

I’m now a member of the legions of Firefox users. Yep, you heard that right. I finally broke down and changed browsers. The event, or series of the same event, that caused this sudden change has to do with Internet Explorer 7. First off, I would like to say that … Continue reading →

My Favorite Spammers

As any good blogger knows, spam is evil. They also know that if you break into Technorati’s top 1,000,000 list, then Akismet’s Spam Blocker is a necessity. Today, however, I’m going to honor my favorite spammers by giving them a front page post. They spend a lot of time around … Continue reading →