10 Things To Do after Installing WordPress

10 things to do after installing WordPress

WordPress is popular and common platform among bloggers. Installation of WordPress is also quick and simple (thanks to Fantastico which is generally included by all hosting providers). Finishing installation doesn’t completes your work but that’s te beginning, there’s much work still to be done. So, Here I am leaving you with 10 things you should do after installing wordpress blog. Continue reading


Online Browser Image Editor Similar to Photoshop

Editing images are a basic necessity that most of us have. There  is a vast field of usage scenarios including office, family, personal and blog related works. Though windows has paint which is the only default image editing application, it is merely of any use. To compensate this problem we use third party image editors. Some of these are Gimp, Paint.net, FotoGrafixPhotoScap and Photoshop. Continue reading


Arthemia – Simple and Sober Magazine WordPress theme

Arthemia WordPress theme

Arthemia is another WordPress theme which has a premium look and available for free download. Arthemia is combining a magazine and a weblog into one; it is not too magazine-ish nor too blog-ish. The front page of Arthemia shows the headline and featured post of yours along with the pictorial representation, that’s the magazine style, while the rest of your post will be shows sequentially just like a usual weblog. In the middle of the front page, Arthemia has a nice blue-and-black category bar which will help your readers exploring you site. At the bottom, Arthemia is outfitted with a blog must-have section, a three-list of favorite posts.

Features Included :

  1. Drop down menu for page navigation.
  2. Automatic image resizer.
  3. Widget ready theme.
  4. WordPress 2.5 compatible with Gravatar support.
  5. Pagination support for the blog post lists in the front page.

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Add PDF viewer to your website/blog

If you want to add the link to a PDF in your Web now an alternative show you something more sophisticated.

These include vuzit, a small application that allows readers to read the pdf file directly in your site, without having to leave her.

You can test it in vuzit.com, there upload a PDF and see how these can be included within a page without having to download the file before.
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How often blog posting should be done?

This question certainly struck mind of bloggers. How many posting should be done in a day? What is the ideal posting frequency on my blog? I think posting frequency is a question that bloggers need to consider very carefully on a number of fronts. There is no fix answer for it. Here are some of the factors to consider:

1. It varies from blog to blog

As I wrote in my last post regarding effect of posting frequency on RSS subscription. If you are covering a huge number of topics then you may have to post consistently considering all topics to have constant readership. For example- If you have news blog, you will have lots of breaking news updates. If you have a Movie and music blog, it depends upon the time taken for upcoming movie,etc. For personal blogs, posting is done only when blogger has something to say. Continue reading