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WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org

WordPress blogging software comes in two flavors: the freely-hosted version available at WordPress.com and the freely-downloadable version at WordPress.org. Which should you choose for your website?

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Would You Get A WordPress Tattoo?

We can all agree that WordPress has some staunch supporters. But who would have thought that one fanatical user would actually get the WP logo permanently tattooed on his arm?!

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Grade Your Website: Free Online Evaluation Tools

Why pay a professional for a basic website evaluation when you can do it yourself for free? Here is a list free online tools that will help you grade your website.

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How To Publicize Your WordPress Plugin

There are so many great WordPress plugins out there. Unfortunately, most of them get very little exposure and usage because they are not well publicized… Here are three tips for getting the word out about your new plugin.

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Smarty Templates: How To Create Custom Functions

The popular Smarty Template Engine is full of great features, but is not the most intuitive system for developers to learn to use. And it doesn’t help that the documentation is a bit scanty. So here is the simplest and most complete tutorial you will find on writing a custom function for your Smarty templates.

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Are Plugins Ruining Your WordPress Website?

Plugins have helped transform WordPress from a simple blog-publishing application to a versatile content management system. But the very plugins that have made WordPress so great, could also be ruining it.

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WordPress Image Captions Using FCKEditor Plugin

FCKEditor for WordPress is a nice fully-featured WYSIWYG editor. However, it does lack an option to create captions for images. This simple plugin enables automatic creation of captions, which are styled based on your theme’s style definitions.

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Add PHP Code To Your phpBB Forum Templates

Editing a phpBB template can be rather exasperating because you don’t have freedom to add dynamic code. In fact, if you do add php code to your template, you will find that it won’t be recognized. So what do you do?

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