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With virtually any WordPress release (or the release of any open-source software, for that matter), there are bound to be bugs. In a lot of cases the bugs are minor, and are just annoying. In other cases, these bugs can completely disable your site. Kind of like the difference between a mosquito bite and being attacked by a swarm of wasps. WordPress 3.0 is no different. Almost as soon as the official release came out, reports of bugs starting pouring in. In the vast majority of cases, these bugs had to do with either customizations based on deprecated code or plugins that aren’t yet compatible with 3.0.
The WordPress community is buzzing with excitement over the soon-to-be-released WordPress 3.0. Currently in Beta 2 now, WordPress 3.0 will have a lot of exciting new features , such as a new default theme and better menu management. Quite possibly the most exciting of these features is custom post types. In this tutorial, we’ll talk [...]
Feedburner is a free, Google-owned service that provides great feed statistics and services to bloggers and other feed publishers. Here’s how to integrate Feedburner with a self-hosted WordPress blog: Sign up — First of all, you’ll need to sign up for a Feedburner feed if you haven’t already. MyBrand (optional) — This isn’t required, but [...]
Not all visitors to your WordPress blog will be familiar with RSS feeds or how they work, while some other visitors just don’t want to mess with using a feed reader. RSS isn’t the only push-delivery method out there: email subscription is another great service to offer to your visitors. First you’ll need an email [...]