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Add Images to Your WordPress Summary Feed

Monday, August 31st, 2009
wordpress

There are different reasons to use excerpts instead of full content in your rss feeds, Such as discouraging sploggers from stealing your content, and encouraging feed subscribers to visit your site. A drawback of this though is that WordPress by default only uses the first 55 words of your post in an excerpt minus any ...

Redirect a WordPress Post to its Permalink

Sunday, August 30th, 2009
grey-l

I realize the title of this post may sound a little redundant, but I've noticed something peculiar in WordPress, it seems that it will automatically redirect a page if you change the page name (aka slug) but wont bother with anything else in the URL. Case in point I recently published a blog but forgot ...

WordPress 2.7 Released

Thursday, December 11th, 2008
Wordpress

The latest version of WordPress had been released today. I just upgraded before this blog post. If you're upgrading from a previous version besure to delete your admin and includes folders before installing the new version other wise you may get a fatal error like I did "douh!", but leave your content folder alone, it's ...

WordPress Permalinks & Godaddy Subdomain

Sunday, October 26th, 2008

I've finally gotten my WordPress blog up and running on my subdomain along with custom permalinks. Since this task ended up being a lot harder than it should have been, I've decided to write about it as my first post, hopefully it will help any one else who has encountered the same problem. I use economy ...

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