Everyone start a blog for personal usage but if starts are on his side and his blog is a great success its time now to take in more authors. Sure managing a multi author blog is tedious task but here are 4 useful plugin that will help you out if you are planning to grow.
A good and reliable Backup of self hosted WordPress blog is very important and give Goosebumps to many. Now here is a way you can backup your self hosted WordPress blog on the clouds with a single click with out paying a penny. Continue reading
For a blog, Content is the King, but many a times due to poor website load-time users get irritated and pass on. Most of the search engine also penalize the website which have poor loading time in the SEO wars. Continue reading
Its month of Christmas, snow and tons of guides. How about adding some festive feeling to your WordPress blog? With these mentioned plugins you will be able to add snow, balloons and other effects on your blog thus greeting Merry Christmas to your readers.
As a Blogger one always has to take care of his design without hampering its server load time. Most of the themes in wordpress do not come with the inbuilt “Drop down category listing” in navigation bar, instead the page listing is provided. Page listing on nav bar may not be the perfect combination as it would have been in case of Category listing. Continue reading
There are many CMS which allow User Profiles and Member registrations of various levels on site. These becomes necessity when your Blog grows and you prefer offering some section access and Download areas for Paid members only. So, it is possible to convert your WordPress installation into Membership site using a premium plugin called Magic Members. Continue reading
For all the bloggers who can not afford premium WordPress theme like Thesis but at the same time want an impressive and professional look for their blog, SketchPad is the best option for you. SketchPad is a free yet powerful theme released by Theme Sheep which can power up any blog with rich looks and features.
One of the most awaited features on the arrival of WordPress 3.0 was the possibility to create multiple blogs using the same installation of the CMS. However, in all the news, after upgrading the platform on my personal blog this option was not anywhere. Continue reading