Wordpress

WordPress has just got an upgrade. WordPress 3.5 version is ready to be downloaded and installed. This update brings a completely re-imagined flow for uploading photos and creating galleries. There is a new ‘add media’ button and you can drag and drop images easily into media uploader. Rearrange image thumbnails visually by dragging, give captions and descriptions to them and more.

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by on June 30th, 2012

On June 27, 2012, WordPress 3.4.1 was released to the public. WordPress 3.4.1 is a maintenance and security update which addresses 18 bugs with version 3.4. It fixes a few important security issues and contains some security hardening. These issues were discovered and fixed by the WordPress security team. Update WordPress to the latest 3.4.1 asap. Read further about the changes and find out how to upgrade WordPress to the latest version automatically.

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WordPress is a site that maintains a position of superiority for most blog users. There are four steps to optimizing your WordPress blog that will keep your site in the best shape that it can be. This is important for the success of your business or online presence. It should use less server space and still operate in top shape. This is essential to rank well and offer the best content for your blog. The following steps are recommended to help optimize your blog.

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by on March 19th, 2011

It’s easy to manage your WordPress blog or site from your iOS device. With WordPress for iOS, you can moderate comments, create or edit posts and pages, and add images or videos with ease. All you need is a WordPress.com blog or a self-hosted WordPress.org site running 2.9.2 or higher. WordPress app for iOS devices including iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad has been updated and is available free to download through App Store. The latest WordPress for iOS includes about 100 bug fixes, UI improvements and enhancements.

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W3 Total Cache is a popular caching plugin for wordpress powered blogs. I have been using it after I quit using WP Super Cache wordpress plugin. I had been satisfied with its performance ever since. I have also tried CDN with it. Its good. Makes your wordpress blog run faster. Recently TechMynd was landed into adsense blacklist and i was checking few things and this problem caught my eye. Generally whenever you are using a wordpress plugin, you should give importance to its options detail. You better be careful about what plugin you are using and what type of changes it makes on your blog coding and source. If you are not careful enough then W3 Total Cache plugin can get you banned from Google Adsense. Here is how:

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iphone msn messenger and social app

This iPhone messenger app is more than just a messenger. Windows Live Messenger for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is the best way to connect with the friends and family and keep up with their activities.

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I have been using WordPress Audio Player for quite a long time now to enable TechMynd guests to play MP3 audio files from TechMynd. The plugin is great. It displays simple flash audio player which can play audio track or multiple audio tracks by clicking play button. Back some days I noticed the plugin stopped working and displaying a message to upgrade flash version. I had up-to-date flash plugin but the message continued to display instead of songs. I landed on WP Audio Player troubleshooting page and noticed that the developer had mentioned following two important points.

1- Upgrade to the latest flash player which I am sure I have.
2- Use wp_footer and wp_head functions in theme files. I had these functions in my blog.

Still the player did not play the songs.

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Stupid idea to try and evolve comments potential rather then content’s potential itself (That’s just I am saying). But then, there are some bloggers / webmasters who might be conscious about every part of their site. They won’t even leave comments at peace. Well! Here is a system which can turn your blog’s comments system into live social streams. Echo is the commenting system for blogs and sites. It’s the way to share your content, and watch the live reaction. You can quickly embed Echo on WordPress, Blogger, or any website and turn your static pages into a real-time stream of diggs, tweets, comments and more. Its not free :)

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