Archive | Wordpress

Migrated to a new host.

Finally, after tweaking this site for a couple of months, I successfully migrated the whole site. WyndellTapere.com is now running on nginx web server. It loads much faster than the previous host.  

Updated to WordPress 3.2

This blog has been using WordPress 3.2 release candidates and just now the wait is over as we have now the final release. In honor of the pianist George Gershwin, this release has been considered a major overhaul of the admin interface. It also boast redesigned post editor and venture to the full-screen button in […]

WordPress updated to 3.1 with major admin overhaul

WordPress now boast with over 2,000 codes and 820 bugs and feature fixes with the release of  WordPress 3.1 “Reinhardt”. For your convenience, download is easy as one click via your WordPress dashboard or you can download the new version in its entirety here. The new change is a major overhauled writing interface, which  makes […]

60 Most Wanted WordPress Tweaks – stylishwebdesigner

When it comes to WordPress, I am sure a lot of coders collected pieces of tweaks that will make non-coder’s life much easier. In this awesome post, I find it worthwhile to read. What I like best are those tweaks that are not mentioned in the WordPress repository. Check this post here.

Tumblog with Woo Tumblog plugin

I have been a tumblr fanatic for sometime now. This post is made using the only known tumblr style plugin for wordpress called Woo tumblog Plugin. With this plugin you will be posting with the same icons for articles, post, quotes etc. found in tumblr. As we all know, wordpress is still different, in the […]

How to add great looking snipets for your post.

I was really amazed with Thesis Theme and at the same time those users especially those who are using customize child themes. There are certain blog post being highlighted and in a manner that it has a great looking box – a css customization. Upon investigation with blog experiments. I came up with my conclusion […]

Permalink Experiment

Under Settings on your WordPress dashboard, you can change your permalink structure. By default, WordPress permalink is pretty ugly. It looks like this one below. http://example.com/?p=N However you can customize it and as part of the blog experiment, I am changing the permalink structure  into something like this: /%year%/%monthnum%/%postname%-%post_id%.html The Explanation: The integration of the […]