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Interview with Andrew Telegin

Andrew Telegin is an online editor for the Independent, the Clark College student newspaper.

Q: Do you like WordPress?

A: Yes, I really do enjoy WordPress. 957 more words

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WordPress Word: Subversion

Subversion, often shortened to SVN, is a system that is widely used in the free software community to manage projects, and is also utilized by Google Code.

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The First Thing They'll See: Choosing a Good Blog Name

There are myriad criteria to pick from when choosing a blog name:

  • You want it to stand out and be memorable.
  • It needs to searchable and fairly unique, but descriptive for good SEO.
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WordPress Plugin: MailChimp for WordPress

MailChimp is a Plugin that allows you to add sign-up forms and sign-up checkboxes to your website.

You can use the sign-up forms anywhere in your website where you would use a short-code, widget, or template function.  228 more words


Settings: No Ads upgrade

When purchased the No Ads upgrade gives a blog the ability to hide ads that would otherwise be displayed.

Using No Ads with the Custom Design upgrade… 181 more words

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WordPress Tutorial: Default Post Category

If you haven’t selected a category when publishing a post in WordPress, WordPress automatically assigns it to the default category.

If you haven’t changed your default category in WordPress, it will go to a category called… 147 more words


WordPress Tutorial: Categories: Add New Categories

When writing posts in WordPress it is often useful to have related posts categorized together. This way if you want to see more post on the same subject it is easy to find. 360 more words