This is the first in a series of casual (unscripted!) screencasts to help you overcome your fears of CPanel. If you recently opened an account on Hostgator you may have a $100 credit for Google AdWords. Unfortunately for those who faint at the words 'login your cpanel', the credit voucher is in the dreaded CPanel! . . . →more
This list of most popular passwords, published by SplashData, may surprise you as much as it did me: and no, being #1 on the list is not what you want!
password 123456 12345678 qwerty abc123 monkey 1234567 letmein (uh, yeah) trustno1 dragon baseball 111111 iloveyou master sunshine ashley bailey passw0rd (zero instead of an . . . →more
Well, Comment Luv is back on this site! I'm rebuilding the reader community and now have a way of rewarding real commentators. A couple of days ago I installed the CommentLuv plugin which:
"visits the site of the comment author while they type their comment and retrieve their last blog posts which they can . . . →more
Who doesn't enjoy ranting about spammers? But what about bloggers who not only approve spam comments but actually eat their spam by replying? Please stop.
Increasing your comment count with spam helps no one. You end up looking like someone who doesn't care enough to read comments. Or worse someone who takes all . . . →more
Utter panic overtakes the average blogger when he hears from a reader that his site looks suspicious and browsers are showing the dreaded 'get me out of here' warning! Recently that happened to one of our clients at WPBlogExperts. We're WordPress setup, theme customization and dashboard experts, so fixing actual malware infections was . . . →more
About two years ago, Disqus was my answer to the horrors of a few third party commenting systems I tried on Blogspot and WordPress (JS-Kit, Blogger Disqus and Intense Debate). I had high hopes that WP Disqus would be the last. But I finally threw in the towel and removed Disqus in favor . . . →more