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The new plugin Reviews feature suggests a shifting approach to the WordPress ecosystem. Reviews: a new tab in town On every plugin page, there is now a Reviews tab. This is in addition to the Support tab that WordPress added … Continue reading
There’s been a lull here on the SEODenver.com website. That doesn’t mean I’ve been standing still. What have I been up to? I’m going to tell you a bit about these projects and something I’ve learned from each of them.
Download the plugin at WordPress.org For plugin support, please visit the support forum. Show lottery results from all 43 states with lotteries Choose which games you want to display Choose from different lotto results layouts Embed results in your content using … Continue reading
Get the latest ski/snowboarding conditions from your favorite area or mountain using the Snow Report WordPress plugin. The plugin uses the OnTheSnow.com website’s data feeds that provide the most accurate, up to date information available.
WordPress.org plugin page layout change likely for usability A couple of weeks ago, WordPress.org changed the layout of their plugins directory plugin pages. The update was likely to improve usability for users trying to determine whether a plugin is trustworthy … Continue reading
Download the plugin from WordPress.org Add a debt calculator to your WordPress blog Do you have a financial blog or a blog about debt, money management, or household spending? Add a free debt calculator to your blog with no coding … Continue reading
I am using the ImageScaler plugin for WordPress on a project, and I like what it does, but it adds a non-standards-compliant attribute to images, such as: <img class=”" src=”http://www.example.com/imagescaler/generated-image.jpg” alt=”Example” width=”258″ height=”234″ imagescaler=”http://www.example.com/imagescaler/original-image.jpg” /> To strip imagescaler’s imagescaler attribute, … Continue reading
Set up a testimonials category — no need for a plugin. There are a couple of plugins designed specifically for testimonials, but I didn’t want to use them; they use their own databases, and don’t keep with WordPress’ simplicity. If … Continue reading