Flickr is an awesome and affordable place to build your photo archives and the recently announced 1TB storage limits for free accounts make it even more attractive. But, how good is its blogging support? Let’s take a look. The easiest…
There is a “brute-force” botnet attack on-going against self-hosted WordPress sites. They are using programs they have installed on other compromised blogs (that’s the botnet) which logs in to your blog’s “admin” account over and over again thousands of times…
Building a network blog is a win-win situation for all involved. The society gets the benefit of additional content with minimal effort and the bloggers get more visibility at their own sites. See for yourself.
WordPress bloggers – hosted and self-hosted – will find the mobile app can be a very handy tool in your blogging toolbox. Here’s a look at WordPress on the iPad to show you what I mean.
The end of the year is a good time to archive a copy of your blog. Take advantage of the WordPress export feature to easily capture a copy of your blog data. Here’s how.
Society Corner: A network blog spotlights the blog efforts of your members – giving both the society and its members more visibility and possibly even attracting new members. WordPress makes it each to manage.
Today’s featured plugin gives you an amazing array of formatting and layout options – from columns to boxes to buttons and more. And they are really quite simple to use.
Not too many updates this week, but the ones that were released are pretty impressive.
Politics and disasters are front and center this week, but there’s still a bit of tech goodness to report. Lots of updates and a few handy tips in this edition of Tech Notes.
The crisp air of autumn has inspired me to a bit of blog improvements. The blogs of Moultrie Creek are getting consolidated into WordPress’s multi-site mode as well as a bit of a face lift.