Tag: wordpress

html5 and nostuff

It’s hard not to think of nostuff.org and not think of blazing web standards. So I had a go at updating the template for this here blog to make it all html5. Turns out this is quite simple. It seems you can probably just replace your doctype with <!DOCTYPE html> and you’ve got yourself a…

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Zoho and WordPress themes

Zoho.com is very impressive. The Web based Apps are of very high quality, there are many of them, and all this is such a small space of time. It makes Google Docs look rather poor. They are free (for most things), and have a business model (such a rare thing these days!). I had checked…

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ecto : first impressions

I’ve heard good things about PC/Mac clients for writing blog posts, so thought I would give it a go. I tried out ecto for OS X, to published to my WordPress based blog. It did what was promised it acted as a WYSIWYG blog composition tool, and in that sense it was easy to use…

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WordPress themes and plugins

Of interest to those who use WordPress (and those who have an opinion on web design). Had a few hours off this afternoon so have been playing around with WordPress a bit. New plugins: Google sitemap XML : does what it says, and easy to use Theme Test Drive : allows you to preview other…

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WordPress tags etc

For a while I have been adding tags to my posts. Tags are good. People who tag things are good. I am Web 2.0. Only thing is they seemed to be going in to the ether, that is to say, users (that is you) had no way to see them or browse them. I was…

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WordPress MU

Just come across WordPress WMU. Allows you to manage multiple WordPress blogs within one installation, and do handy things like allow users to use the same account (with different permissions) across different blogs. This could well be handy as I’ve recently setup a number of blogs at work for various purposes, all WordPress, and while…

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