Archive for November, 2012

Advanced Page Manager for WordPress

Advanced Page Manager for WordPress

. November 4, 2012 . 0 Comments

Advanced Page Manager is a WordPress plugin in beta by Uncategorized Creations that is a new way to create, move, edit and publish your pages. Plugin features: An easy understand tree. All your pages are presented in an easy to understand tree with all necessary actions to take care of them. Browse, Show/hide subpages. The […]

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bitLumen Theme for WordPress

bitLumen Theme for WordPress

. November 4, 2012 . 0 Comments

bitLumen is a ompact, clean, adjustable fixed-width WordPress theme by bitacre that has many powerful theme options that empower you to uniquely brand your site, including custom headers, text, colors, and backgrounds. It also utilizes microdata/microformats and integrated meta descriptions for easy, out-of-the-box SEO performance. Download: http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/bitlumen

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WordPress Writing Tips Plugin

WordPress Writing Tips Plugin

. November 4, 2012 . 0 Comments

WordPress Writing Tips plugin displays professional writing tips, copywriting style and blogging advice at the top of WP admin pages. Functions similar to “Hello Dolly” plugin, which it’s based on. The quick tips for this plugin were written by Brian Milne, who spent a decade in the newspaper business as a senior writer and editor […]

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Cookie OK for WordPress

Cookie OK for WordPress

. November 1, 2012 . 0 Comments

Cookie OK is a WordPress plugin by RavanH that places a notification above each page about cookie usage on your site through the CookieOK script by Digital Morphosis. This plugin is designed to be less obtrusive than others. Visitors will see a small band above each page with a notice about cookies being used which […]

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Embedding Images from Instagram into WordPress

Embedding Images from Instagram into WordPress

. November 1, 2012 . 0 Comments

Cheri Lucas writing on the WordPress.com blog has posted an interesting article on Embedding Images from Instagram into WordPress. “First, copy the image’s URL from your web browser’s address bar while viewing the image. The URL automatically embeds the largest size of the image that fits into the content area. Alternatively, you can control the […]

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