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Category Archives: Wordpress
This is probably an exceptionally rare cause for this problem, and once spotted, it’s incredibly obvious, but since it took me about a half an hour to find it, I thought I’d post a note. It might just save someone … Continue reading
Some time ago I started switching all of my company’s (Energion Publications) web sites to use WordPress as a content management system. As I began to do that I intended to make those sites look as little like a … Continue reading
I had to do this recently. I found these three ways. I personally use #3, but I wanted to know if one could do it from within WordPress
I installed Slideshow Gallery on the Energion Blogs site, and ran into a problem. Unfortunately I used “Network Activate” (which was not what I wanted to do), rather than just activating it for a single site. The result apparently tries … Continue reading
The Atahualpa theme for WordPress is now up to version 3.5.3 which supports the new 3.0+ menus. Thus far I’m not getting the suggestion to upgrade automatically, but I downloaded it from the site. I’m only using it on one … Continue reading
I haven’t done anything on this before, but it has been done to death on the internet. Michael Aulia (of Craving Tech) pontificates on the subject on Nuffnang Australia, and does so rather well, without excess heat and with lots … Continue reading
Over the last few months I have begun using WordPress as a content management system (CMS) on a number of sites for my publishing venture, Energion Publications. The reason for this is simple. It’s a good idea from the marketing … Continue reading
… read this.
I noticed a great deal of discussion on this while I was setting up a new site (The Jesus Paradigm), and since it seems that everyone who has written about it is doing something a bit more complicated than I … Continue reading