Tag Archives: WordPress


Here is a brief run-through of all the things you might need to create the next great WordPress theme.


Hate losing bandwidth to hotlinkers? Do you become troubled when there are people using your sites’ images, logos, or other picture assets for purposes such as forum avatars, content theft, or laziness? Here is a setup that will prevent hotlinkers from using your images at all!


Here are five great and utterly simple plugins that you can use with WordPress to dramatically improve your SEO for little effort!


What you do you do when there is a failure in your contract? You are not protected by any kind of written, agreed upon list of rules for your work. When you don’t set boundaries for people, they often try to walk all over you, or at the very least, put little add-ons that slowly add up. Well, here is a contract outline that you can use to make your next project easier.


If you have a website, a portfolio, a blog, a business, a Facebook app, or some kind of community forum, chances are you have a web server. While you could used shared services like Blogger.com, Tumblr, GeoCities (remember GeoCities?) or WordPress.com, when you want that custom experience, that unique vibe, you gotta use your own server.


Ever look at your WordPress page in Firebug and notice that jQuery is sometimes loaded more than oncea second jQuery file that cannot be found inside your header.php file?

We can fix that!


If you already knowingly and thoughtfully crop your images, then you may not need to have WordPress automatically create thumbnails or resize the images at all. Plus, every time you upload a new image, there are two or three more created from the resizing!


What if our daily lives reflected what happened on the internet, or even within our range of technology?

Here we take a look at how things would be if real life mirrored technology.

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