Automatic WordPress Backup is a great utility plug-in for WordPress that can provide safe, secure off-site backup of your WordPress blogs for pennies a day.“ I installed it on all four of my company’s websites yesterday (two production & two… Read More »Automatic WordPress Backup
So, you want to get started making websites or run your own blog? Or you’re just interested in learning more about WordPress. As with most things, the best way to learn is to roll up your sleeves and get to work. Fortunately, there are several free hosting options that will allow you to get started without shelling out one thin dime of your own.
The most prominent company offering“ free WordPress hosting right now is DreamHost.“ They are a established, well known hosting company.“ You can sign up for their free app hosting at: https://panel.dreamhostapps.com/signup/ .
The “root” of my webpage is just a standard static website.“ It’s treated me well for a long time, but I’ve been wanting to show the most recent blog posts on it.“ I know I could have redirected the main… Read More »Posting WordPress blog posts on a “regular” webpage
When I logged on to post an update today, I was greeted with the error message: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 208834 bytes) in /public_html/* (where * represented the path to any file in the… Read More »Fixing the PHP Allowed Memory Size Exchausted Fatal Error in WordPress
As October is officially over, I thought I’d share my October 2007 income results. This month the sites pulled in $80.13, almost 30% more than the previous high month (August 2007 @ $49.05). Here is the breakdown by income stream:… Read More »October 2007 – best month to date
So you figure out that some lowlife is grabbing your RSS feed and using it to populate his MFA splog. Maybe you used copyscape (www.copyscape.com) to find him, maybe you were alerted by a loyal reader. No matter how you find out, you need to take action to avoid Google’s duplicate content penalties, a loss of trust from your readership, or unfair advertising competition from your own content. So what can you do? The quickest and easiest thing you can do is send a DMCA letter (really!). Here’s how to do so in 3 easy steps:Read More »Help! Someone’s stealing my content!