I’ve moved my site back to WordPress from Drupal. I’m just more comfortable developing for WordPress, which means I can make some cool plugins and such. Also, I can update posts from my phone so maybe I’ll be able to update more than once a century….
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After modifying my server configuration over the weekend, I realized that WordPress would no longer upgrade automatically, and was asking for FTP information to perform the upgrade. The only problem with this is that I do not have standard FTP access – it’s all SFTP. I verified the permission set, and the www-data group has… Read more »
By default, FeedBurner will check your RSS feeds every half hour. Depending on the content of your site, however, you may want your RSS feed to be updated instantly. FeedBurner allows you to visit a page to re-ping your feed and update, and you can use this feature to have your feed updated automatically. All… Read more »
In a previous post I outlined how to redirect all 404 errors to your WordPress home page. However, this can confuse Search Engines as they would think content sits at the page that doesn’t actually exist any more. How can you eliminate the confusion, while expediting the remove of theses pages from search engines AND… Read more »
What happens if a user accesses a page or a post on your WordPress site that no longer exists? Do they simply get directed to an ugly page that says “Not found?” This may deter users from remaining on your site, and can also work against you for your pagerank. Wouldn’t it be better if… Read more »