Category Archives: Wordpress

These two articles – Multi Environment WordPress wp-config.php and One wp-config for Multiple Servers — provide nice configurations for automatically switching between development, staging, and live deployments of WordPress.

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DreamHost PHP.INI installer

This DreamHost PHP.INI installer makes it very easy to set custom memory and filesize upload limits on a DreamHost shared hosting configuration. Very useful for WordPress installs.

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The website WordPress Driven Church has some interesting ideas on–believe it or not–using WordPress for a church site. I’ve been looking for some good ideas, and this web site seemed to have some useful posts. I’ve also found some interesting … Continue reading

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100 Things You Need to Know About WordPress is a nice collection of tips, tricks, and links for WordPress webmasters.

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Here’s a thread on Webmaster World with some interesting changes to the .htaccess rules that ship with WordPress that supposedly really speed up site loading times. Might be worth checking out; I wonder if a WP Trac ticket exists for … Continue reading

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FeedWordPress is an Atom/RSS aggregator for WordPress, which lets you add posts from other sites’ feeds into your blog. Might be useful for building a personalized one-stop shop for Mac and other tech news and whatnot!

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Agenda is an event calendar plugin for WordPress. Might be interesting.

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Amazon Wishlists widget for WordPress. Finally — just what I’ve been looking for!

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AVH Amazon is a WordPress plugin that shows random items from your Amazon Wishlist or Registry using a sidebar widget.

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Lightview is another JavaScript-based overlay engine for websites. Way-cool look and feel, support for tons of media types, and there’s already a WordPress plugin to activate it along with some hints for integration with the WP NextGEN Gallery plugin.

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