With Microsoft seemingly abandoning its blogging tool, Windows Live Writer, it’s good to see renewed interest in keeping it going via the developer community.
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There are several reasons you might want to delete your current wordpress.com blog, or make it private. Whatever the reason, it’s a simple process.
Windows Live Writer has a built-in feature for downloading a site’s theme using a temporary blog post. If you’d prefer not to use that, then this method might prove useful if you already have the theme on another computer.
The early Infographics were something special. But now they are everywhere and on every subject Imaginable. I think everyone needs to stop with them already.
A lot of bloggers find it annoying when they have to add watermarks to every image constantly. If you use Windows Live Writer, it includes a way to set a default watermark. Here’s how.
If you have a website or blog, you know how important it is to keep pages light, so they load quickly. Images play a serious part in this. Here’s an easy way to make them smaller and optimize them.
When you try to retrieve a WordPress post older than the 100 most recent, Windows Live Writer gives you an error. Until the Windows Live team addresses the issue, you can use the following fix. You’ll need Windows Live Writer, a website running WordPress and any web browser except for Google Chrome. First install WLWDownloader […]
Quick poll: how many of you have blogs, online diaries or notebooks with three entries from last year and then nothing after that? I think it’s human nature to decide that you want to record your insightful wisdoms or at least your daily activities for posterity’s sake. But it’s equally natural to just kind of […]
Sometimes ideas are brought to me, and other times I just sit down and start writing about something that’s floating in my head. Unfortunately, most of the time when I get my great ideas, I’m not conveniently sitting behind my computer. In that situation, a lot of writers would use notepads to scribble down an […]
It came as a surprise, and at first I thought it was a late-April Fool’s joke. But alas, it is all true. The popular tech news site “DownloadSquad” as well as Switched.com are officially being canned by Ariana Huffington. Despite the fact the blog gets loads of traffic and is very profitable, part of the […]
The last WordPress update introduced a new feature, the admin bar. By default, the admin bar is enabled; probably so encourage users to take it for a test drive. But, I’ve found that it is quite annoying and it slows down performance while browsing my blogs if I’m logged in. With that said, the WordPress […]
Have you ever created the most epic blog post ever, filled with rich media (videos, music, photos, custom fonts), only to have WordPress glitch and remove half of your content? I’ve had my fair share of this, and because I primarily use Live Writer to write posts, it doesn’t come as a surprise that there […]
In their debut 14th release, WordPress calls the new version “Reinhardt.” With this update WordPress has fixed over 800 bugs, and taken the leap from blogging software to a basic Content Management System (CMS). Don’t panic if you can’t get it up and running right away, this release doesn’t contain any security fixes. But, there […]
Last week, Google posted a blog entitled 5 tips for using Blogger on your Android phone in order to promote the new Blogger app for android. As an iPhone user, this made me somewhat jealous. So, I set out looking for an equivalent Blogger app for the iPhone. Unfortunately, there is currently no official solution—there’s […]