April, 2010

Godaddy WordPress Blogs Hacked

Godaddy WordPress Blogs Hacked

According to BlogcastFM “a massive exploit that has hit a large number of Godaddy Hosted WordPress Blogs this weekend. This hack appears to redirect visitors upon arrival from Google and attempts to install malware on their computers. When I was visiting the site directly, whether logged in or as an Admin, even if I could […]

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Another WordPress Classifieds Plugin

Another WordPress Classifieds Plugin

This plugin by awpcp.com is designed to allow you to add a classifieds ad section to your blog. You can use it to add pretty much any type of classified ads service that can run under a simplified structure taking some basic information from the user. The core plugin is free. There are Premium Modules […]

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Webinar on how to maximize the performance of a WordPress website

Webinar on how to maximize the performance of a WordPress website

On May 3rd at 3:00pm eastern time, B. Hopkins of Psiphon Consulting will give a webinar on how to maximize the performance of a WordPress website. She will go over how to set up the general settings for increased search engine exposure, and which basic plug-ins a wordpress owner should be using to have a […]

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WordPress Fantastico Installation Tutorial Videos at Rezources.com

WordPress Fantastico Installation Tutorial Videos at Rezources.com

New WordPress installation videos using cPanel have been released by online webmaster tools portal Rezources.com. The WordPress blog application is one of the most widely used content management systems available and setup requires specific information to properly install using cPanel server software. The tutorial video will show anyone how to install WordPress automatically using your […]

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WordPress WordCamp San Francisco 2010 May 1

WordPress WordCamp San Francisco 2010 May 1

On May 1, hundreds of WordPress users, developers, designers and general enthusiasts will descend upon San Francisco for the 4th annual WordCamp SF. Since that first WordCamp in 2006. Though the main event is on Saturday, May 1, there are additional days of WordPress goodness in store. Saturday, May 1 will be the main conference […]

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