WordPressIf you want a little more elbow room for writing your WordPress posts and pages, there are four easy ways to change the size of your text editor or your entire composition page. Following are the simple instructions with screen shots to show you how to get all the room for writing you need.
Tips TuesdayHello Happy Site Owners! This week’s post is full of plugins you want to check out to see which ones are good, bad, and well, you know. And, you know I’ve been keeping quiet while working on a big project. New training and workshops are coming to BlogAid. I can’t tell you about them yet, but if you want a hint, check out the new sections near the end of the WordPress Video Tutorials library.
I took a little surfing trip while investigating an SEO tip today. I started with this post from Stanford Smith, The Lazy Blogger’s Guide to Effective Blog SEO, which had a link on creating Hub Pages that lead me to this post on QuickSprout about How to Design Your Blog for Awesome SEO. And, that post had the link to the original Hub Page example on ProBlogger’s archive page (except his link didn’t go to the actual archive page, this one does). Come along with me a moment and I’ll show you what else I found.
Hello Happy Site Owners! Some super duper tips for you this week including an SEO Guide and security news for WordPress users. Plus, blogging, SEO, and marketing tips that work.
Tips TuesdayHello Happy Site Owners! Got a spring bouquet of tips for you this week including lots of WordPress plugins. If you use tips from this weekly series and they work well for you, let us know! And feel free to post your own tips in the comments. The BlogAid community of readers is always looking for recommendations.
The Beta release of WordPress 3.4 is expected by mid April, meaning that the completed version will likely be released around July or so. As a Beta tester, I’ve been following the news of what’s coming and you’re going to be excited about a couple of things.
Hello Happy Site Owners! This week’s tip roundup includes great ways to make your blogging life easier by getting all those little chores done quickly like finding good images for your posts and searching for plugins.
In WordPress lingo, the terms plugin and widget are often used interchangeably. But, there are differences between them. To further confuse the issue, a place on a site that can accept a widget is often called a widget too. Here’s a short description of these terms that will help you sound more a like a geek-in-the-know when you talk about these little helpers on your WordPress site.