3 Things To Remember If You Start a Site About WordPress

Oli Dale has an article on WPLift that describes what subject matter he’d focus on if he started a site devoted to WordPress today. Throughout the article, he mentions niches that are already well covered such as WordPress news and tutorials. He concludes the article suggesting that new sites about (more…)

How to Reblog Articles From Pocket to WordPress

Pocket is a handy service for saving articles to read later. It has mobile apps for every platform and its own reader that makes any content easy to read on the go. Once in awhile you read an article that really inspires you. Pocket’s tagging feature makes it possible to (more…)

Why Comments Still Matter

Earlier this year Copyblogger set the blogosphere ablaze with its controversial decision to turn off comments. The announcement cited the burden of moderation, spam, and the availability of other conversation “outposts” as the main reasons for closing comments. It also gave the impression that Copyblogger had in many ways outgrown (more…)

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There are several options when it comes to backing up a WordPress site. Depending on the type of access you have, retrieving the database or an XML backup is easy. But what if you don’t have access to the database or the backend? Consider the following scenario presented on the (more…)

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Disqus announced it is testing out a new advertising technique in the form of sponsored comments. According to the post, the experiment has been going on for at least a month and based on the results, is expanding it across the service. The sponsored comments are clearly marked as such (more…)

Favicon Generator Featured Image

Remember favicons? Those cute 16×16 pixel images that are used to quickly locate a site when multiple browser tabs are opened. According to Philippe Bernard, favicons are not mobile friendly nor do they look good on mobile platforms by default. That’s why he created The site generates favicons that (more…)

Create Stylish Surveys Easily With Typeform

Typeform is a brand new free service that makes it easy to create stylish forms. The interface reminds me of GravityForms. Field types are located on the left part of the screen while the form structure is on the right. There are a myriad of field types ranging from dropdown (more…)

On October 31st, Opera announced that it is shutting down My Opera on March 1, 2014. My Opera is a social network of sorts made up of blogs, email, and a place to discuss Opera with friends. While the initial concept was launched in 2001 and then expanded upon in (more…)