WordPress has a nice feature that allows you to password protect certain posts so that only those you share the password with can read it. This plugin improves upon that idea by hiding the post unless the person entering your blog has been assigned a particular level. With the ViewLevel plugin, you can make certain […]
Need a website up and running quickly? Aaron Ogle posted this turotial on how to run WordPress 1.2 as a non-blog website. Here is his personal website that is powered by WP 1.2. It’s great to see people get outside the box and use current technology to work for them.
Kitten points out a bug in WordPress 1.2 that will give you unexpected results if you leave a line space at the bottom of the Spam Words list under Options — Discussion — Comment Moderation. Be sure to either implement this hack, download the latest copy of WordPress from the nightly builds or be sure […]
Colin Devroe released this WordPress Comment Moderation plugin based on the age of the post. What does it do? After a little reading, some IRCing in #wordpress, I present to you a WordPress Plugin which allows you to automatically turn comment moderation on for posts that are older than 7 days. This â€œdurationâ€ can be […]
The Show Categories plugin by Kitten has been updated to include an option to limit the number of recent posts displayed.
This WordPress 1.2 hack allows you to list Amazon books, DVDs, music, games or any combination in your WP installation using your associate code. Supports Amazon.com .ca .co.uk .de .fr and .co.jp.
Everything a non-tech user needs to know about RSS 2.0. “A place for developers of publishing and aggregation tools to communicate with users about their offerings.”
Email Notification hack for WP with a subscribe and unsubscribe feature. Found via here.
Memeorandum combines a synopsis of the latest headline news and combines it with relevant blog entries, combining weblog commentary with traditional news reports. It’s a pretty unique idea. How does Memeorandum decide which weblog entries to include in its news reports? First by relevancy, then by timeliness. The only thing I couldn’t find was how […]
The NY Times has an article on blogging addictions or obsessions as the NYT’s calls it. Blogging is a pastime for many, even a livelihood for a few. For some, it becomes an obsession. Such bloggers often feel compelled to write several times daily and feel anxious if they don’t keep up. As they spend […]