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different themes on different parts of your blog

Multiple Themes on One WordPress Installation

Years ago I wrote a post on using different themes on different pages. That post is now out of date because nowadays we can have different themes on different posts/pages and core pages like Category/Archive and Home.

Multiple Themes WordPress Plugin

The reason that we have more control over our sites is because of the new multiple themes WordPress plugin.

Why would you want a different theme on a page/post?

You might like to … Read More

WordPress Basics Tutorials

If you are new to using WordPress watch these WordPress training videos to help you get started building your first website today.

How to install WordPress with Fantastico on the root of your domain

If you want to install WordPress on the root of your domain eg. www.domain.com this video will show you how to do that.

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What I’m Up To Now

The other day I did a bit of an assessment on what I have “done” this year.  One of the reasons that I did this was because I felt like I had not achieved “anything”.  The other reason was because I get so many emails from people asking if  I’m going to do something or when I will do something.     So for those of you who are interested here’s a snapshot of my year so … Read More

WordPress 3.0 – Shortlinks – Why You Should Use Them

So, I’ve been playing with RC of  WP 3.0 for a while now and one of the new features that I’ve started to really like is shortlinks.

Shortlinks is basically an internal WordPress link shortener.

Here’s how you use it

Say you have your permalinks set to category/post name in Settings/Permalink and you want to tweet about your new post on “Changing the WordPress Theme” that is in the “WordPress Themes” category.   This means that … Read More

WordPress Default Theme is Finally Getting Sexier (a little bit)

One of the things that I really hate when doing a WordPress install is staring at the default Kubrick theme.   Don’t get me wrong.  I’m sure the Kubrick theme was pretty exciting stuff in its day but that day has long passed.     In case you are wondering the current default WordPress theme has a plain blue header and single right sidebar.   Of course, you can change the color of the header and the header text … Read More

5 Great Firefox Add Ons For WordPress Users

I love firefox as my browser.   I have a number of browsers installed so I can check websites like Internet Explorer and Chrome but Firefox is my everyday browser.

One of the reasons that I love Firefox is because like WordPress it is open source and has a ton of add ons that make it sing 🙂

You can get it here if you don’t have it already:  mozzila download

Here’s some of my favorite … Read More

How to make a clickable WordPress header

Some WordPress themes automagically have a clickable header image – others do not.

 The good news is that it is really easy to create a clickable header image on your blog. Once you have a clicakable header image your users can click the header to return to the home page of your site so it is a great navigation tool for your blog. There are two ways to make the image clickable. The method that … Read More