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Today I bring you LocalWP (Short for Local Wordpress) version 2.1.0 (FREE Program). This release includes new features, updated server software, visual enhancements, and much more.
I have been working on this one for quite a while now, and have put in a couple hundred hours developing and testing it.
Do you have an option/checkbox on your comment form that allows users to be notified of replies to their comment? How about a feature where your site sends a reply to the original commenter’s email when you respond?
If so are the recipients receiving your response in their inbox? Does it go straight to the spam/junk folder? Are they receiving it at all?
I decided to reduce my blog posting frequency the past few weeks so I could concentrate more on programming. I have been working on a new program called LocalWP. It allows you to use WordPress on your local Windows based computer. Why would you want to do that? For many reasons really. From testing to developing, to just playing with WordPress, and anything in between. The potential is great, and you are limited only by your imagination.
One of the things that makes WordPress so attractive is all the free plugins available for it. I can’t complain when it comes to a price tag of $0.
Recently I decided I should go through my list of plugins to see if I need all of them. I wanted to see if I was really getting enough use out of them to justify keeping them around.
Did you install WordPress and forget to write down your login username and password? This happens from time to time. For whatever reason you got busy, or set it aside for a few weeks. When you finally come back to it you realize that you forgot to write down your login details, and now you can’t get in.
Don’t freak out yet, and don’t delete and wipe out all the work you have put into it already. Simply reset the admin password.
If you follow my How to Manually Install Wordpress Step by Step Tutorial and you complete all the steps up to Step 23 and for some reason the installer tells you that it can’t create a configuration file you can manually create one.
The following information will be based on cPanel web hosting along with screenshots.
I am going to make this post a little short and get right to the point.
Recently I was adding images to a new post in the current WordPress 3.5.1 and I noticed that the image title tag in the uploader gets stripped/removed after you click the “Insert into post” button.
This is a little annoying, but more of an inconvenience than anything.
This tutorial will show you how to manually install WordPress using cPanel web hosting. It may seem lengthy, but that is because my goal is to show you each and every step of the process.
All of the steps combined can be completed fairly fast once you know what you are doing and familiarize yourself with the process. However, there is no need to rush. It is normal to take longer if you have never manually installed WordPress before.
WordPress generally refers to pages as static even though they are stored dynamically in the database. Meaning they are really dynamic, but for some reason they use the term static when referring to pages that you might create in your WordPress dashboard administration.
I guess the thinking might be because you are less likely to change or update a page, or maybe because most people don’t create pages on a regular basis. Most of the regular basis content is in the form of a new blog post.