Tag Archives: wordpress

Lighttpd + PHP + MySQL + eAccelerator = WordPress on steroids

30 Apr

Tweet Introduction I recently shifted my blog from Dreamhost to Mosso. Dreamhost was constantly throwing up out of memory errors for my blog and there was no quick way to detect why other than disabling all my plugins and enabling them one by one. That is one route I did not want to take. I […]

Yay ! My WP plugins in the official WP repository…

2 Nov

Tweet It just needed some prodding from Craig Cmehil (as always) and I’ve just uploaded two of my plugins to the official wordpress repository. This blog also serves to be a shout out to my friend Oliver Kohl whom I’ve been constantly pestering to upload his fantastic SDN Contibutor plugin to the official wordpress repository. […]

Help thy visitors…

27 Sep

Tweet …and they will love you. I am always on the lookout for new ways to make my blog more accessible and helpful to visitors. And this does not only mean that I write something that helps them but also hold their hand if they stumble into a 404 or want to search my site […]

Securing your WordPress Blog from Intruders…

22 Jul

Tweet I use StatPress on my Blog for statistics management. According to the Plugin’s page on WordPress Statpress is “The real-time plugin dedicated to the management of statistics about blog visits. It collects information about visitors, spiders, search keywords, feeds, browsers etc.” It also has a nifty view called Spy which lets you view who […]

Chinpose on your WordPress Blog…

4 Jul

Tweet Introduction Friday is Chinposin Day. If the previous line did not make any sense to you, then it’s time you read my good friend Blag‘s blog on Chinposin. What started off as an one off experiment is growing into a full fledged avatar management platform with more and more functionality being added every day. […]

Mobile Enable your WordPress Blog :)

2 Jun

Tweet WordPress Mobile Edition is a nifty wordpress plugin which mobile-enables your wordpress blog. No configuration involved, just install the plugin and it automatically detects majority of the mobile browsers. Below is a screenshot of my Blog viewed from my Nokia N72 mobile phone. (more…)