Today I’m starting a five-part series about RSS and why you need it. Throughout the series you’ll learn what RSS is and why you need to make sure you’re offering it (Pt. 1) how to burn a feed with Feedburner (Pt. 1) how to offer your readers RSS via e-mail (Pt. 2) how to customize [...]
Movable Type is the self-hosted blog platform offered by SixApart (also owner of Typepad). Ostensibly, Movable Type is the equivalent of WordPress.org. Put simply: Both are non-hosted blogging platforms that allow you to tweak your own code. Movable Type, at one point several years ago, was set to be a “potential successor to the kingdom [...]
Jordan McCollum from Momma Blogga is answering this one because she’s awesome at WP. To get widgets out of the sidebar in WordPress: Go to Presentation > Widgets. Click the widget you don’t want anymore and drag it down to the "Available Widgets" box before releasing it. It must be below the words "Available Widgets" [...]
I use WordPress. Every time I try to publish a comment on a BlogSpot page, it won’t allow me. I have to do it anonymously. Is this a WordPress problem and how do I fix it?
Thanks to Jordan McCollum at Momma Blogga for this answer. I haven’t heard of this specific problem before, but these are the things I would try: Sign up for a Blogger account at Blogger.com. Some BlogSpot blogs don’t allow anonymous comments; you have to sign in to Blogger to comment. (If you have a GMail [...]