WebBoy Fights Spam – Akismet Comic

WebBoy – Episode 1 | WebBoy. Pretty cool comic showing WebBoy has he fights a battle against spam with his trusty sidekick, Akismet. This is one of the coolest uses of the horizontal slider I’ve seen in awhile.

6 Alternatives To Akismet

If you’re worried about paying for Akismet in the future or are curious as to what some of the alternatives are, check out this plugin roundup via Themergency where Bradvin takes a look at six alternatives.

Optimize Images Via Smush.it

WordPress blog owners can install the free WordPress plugin WP-Smush.it that uses Yahoo’s Smush.it service to reduce the size of images. The plugin works automatically in the background: It sends all uploaded images to Yahoo’s image compression service and uploads that optimized version to the server, instead of the unoptimized original version. via Reduce Page Read More

WooThemes To Go Back To Their Roots

In a interesting business move by WooThemes, the commercial theme company has announced that they will be re-focusing their efforts to be a WordPress centric theme company, again. Another example as to how time flies, it wasn’t too long ago when WooThemes began releasing themes for Expression Engine, Tumblr, Drupal, Joomla, and Magento. This was Read More

Roots – WordPress Starter Theme

Roots is a starter theme for WordPress based on HTML5 Boilerplate, Blueprint CSS or 960.gs and Starkers. One of the cool features of this starter theme is the implementation of CodeMirror into the HTML post editor which spruces things up. While not extensive, their gallery shows a couple of nice looking sites built on Roots.

Using Chrome And WordPress To Publish Saved Bookmarks

Here is a cool little extension for Google Chrome that uses the WordPress API to publish saved bookmarks as posts instead of using the Del.icio.us service. It requires WordPress 3.0 and only takes about a minute to setup. Another nice touch is that it uses the Link post format if your theme supports it.

100 Things To Know About WordPress

100 Things You Need to Know About WordPress. JTPratt and Anthony Montalbano combine to provide 100 things all users need to know about WordPress. The list is broken down into 10 parts ranging from web hosting to WordPress resources. A good read for anyone relatively new to using the software.

What’s Your Breaking Point?

As WordPress becomes a mature piece of publishing software, more things are being added to the kitchen sink. Some features are great while others, not so much. As WordPress adds more features, how many of you have found yourself using plugins or convoluted ways to disable or remove the functionality that was added to WordPress? Read More

Sponsor Me To WordCamp Columbus

WordCamp Columbus Ohio is right around the corner, June 17-18, 2011 and I’d like to attend. However, my funds are pretty tight this year and I’d like to know if you would be able to help me out. There are three different ways you can sponsor my trip to this event. Video – This includes Read More

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