Add the following code to you theme’s function.php file, or a functionality plugin to remove the admin update nags. … [Read more...] about Hide the WordPress Admin Upgrade Message
The first thing to remember when choosing a design for your website is that eye candy will cost you a fortune and not make you rich. Some of the prettiest, most interactive websites never make a dime. For example Amazon took nine years to show a profit! even though they had a top notch website. Though the above example is a bit extreme, it does serve as reminder that … [Read more...] about Designing A WordPress Based Website
For years websites were designed to be fluid with tables set to 100%; that design element is sometimes used for background images. When maximum screen sizes were 1024 x 768 it wasn't such a big deal, but today, with screen sizes ranging from Smart Phones to 60" flat screens and maximum screen sizes of 2048 x 1536 or higher, size matters. Fluid Width Website … [Read more...] about Maximize Your Presentation – Define The Width Of Your Website
Domains and associated domain status codes exist in a one-to-many relationship. That is, a domain name may have more than one associated status at any given time. The VeriSign Registry can change the status of all registered domain names, while Registrars can only change the status of domain names that they have registered. As of June 25, 2005 the VeriSign Registry provides the … [Read more...] about What are the “status codes” for a domain name?
The Internet Archiver is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, they provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public. One of their coolest features for webmasters is the Internet Archive: Wayback Machine, aptly named for the WABAC machine used by Mr. Peabody and his boy … [Read more...] about Lost your website? Use the Wayback Machine
I was cruising the web looking for a specific WordPress plug-in (unfortunately, I don’t remember what) when I came across two must have Mods: Database ManagerPrint - addon Both of these are available from www.lesterchan.net Database manager is a must have, because it allows you to backup, optimize and restore your WordPress Database. Unfortunately, there aren’t any … [Read more...] about Modifications you must have for WordPress
On FrontPage Websites, it's best to use FrontPage to avoid problems with your Server Extensions If your website is using FrontPage extensions and you want to password protect a folder, it's possible to apply the password protection with FrontPage instead of calling your Web Hosting Company, or doing it through your Website Control Panel. This is because applying password … [Read more...] about MS FrontPage Password Protected Folder
FrontPage generates or uses a number of hidden files and folders to automate web development. These primarily apply to FP 2002 or lower, but when working on a site that uses the FrontPage extensions (contains themes, navigation buttons or other components), they are also used with FP 2003. FrontPage Hidden Folders Defined(These folders can only be seen when your web/site … [Read more...] about What Makes FrontPage Tick?
HTML framesets can be used in place of redirect, this method is especially useful when you don't want the search engines to recognize the domain being redirected. search engines won't read the content of frames, so it's like running into a brick wall. But your visitors will see the website you want them to. Some cases where using a frames set may be useful: You have .com, .net … [Read more...] about Use An HTML Frame Instead of A Redirect