Round of plugins covering optimization, forms, comments, backup, posts, security, design, media, ecomerce, SEO, Social, marketing and more.
Listing of membership plugins for WordPress.
Activated Akismet Plugin.
Boy, those spammers find you fast.
WordPress Learning Links:
So, in between posts, my site got hacked. Don’t know if it was weak permissions, or one of the light cms’s that I was using.
My restore was kinda funky, so I reinstalled WP, and pulled in the 2 posts from the first install.
So day two:
- Install plugin BackWPup
- Removed Comments from “pages”, individually (turn on discussions in screen options, and uncheck allow comments)
- Made the “home” showcase/li>
- added twitter search to rss (to be replaced by a real twitter widget someday)
- Joined the wpgr.org google group
Links of the week:
All the cool kids on http://grwebdev.org/ are saying the WordPress is the go-to CMS.
I’ve been using gpEasy for billcreswell.com, ‘cuz it’s simple, uses no database, and works in a IIS php site as well as it does in site hosted with Apache, like this host, arvixe. Templating is simple, too.
I also played with GetSimple for Captionwire.com, and liked the html5 theme it came with.
So, I’m turning to the web, and to http://wpgr.org to learn how to mod wordpress.
I no desiger, but I do like to make sure it’s responsive to a smartphone screen, because it’s really begun to bother me to either get a dumbed down site, with limited content, or a full screen that’s hard to read (like a certain theatre chain in my hood). Especially evil is being redirected to a mobile site automatically, without retaining the link I was trying to achieve!