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7 WordPress Tips & Tricks

7 WordPress Tips & Tricks

I thought it might be useful to list 7 of my best posts here so you don ‘t get lost while browsing my blog by jumping from a post to another.

Let ‘s start with the start:

  1. How to install wordpress “ Here I wrote a whole guide on how to install wordpress. To be honest, I didn ‘t like the famous 5 minutes installation guide  on wordpress.org so I wrote my own. The tutorial posted on this page explains how you can create a new blog from scratch using cpanel, ftp, etc. Of course, there are other ways, some of them even easier (maybe) like Fantastico. But your hosting company has to upgrade their software right after the release, so you depend on many factors. Anyway, it ‘s one of the many solutions, test it and rate it.
  2. How To Display A Static Page On Your Home Pageby default, wordpress shows the latest 10 posts on your main page. This can be good or bad, depending on your preferences. The good news is that you can change this setting from the admin. To find out more about this, just click on the link in the title of this paragraph.
  3. Top recommended WordPress Plugins “ A small personal wordpress plugins collection. I think you must have them (or at least some of them) installed on your blog to make your life easier. The post includes: All in one SEO pack, google xml sitemaps, social bookmarks and few more. Check them out.
  4. How to recover your admin password (if the password recovery feature doesn ‘t work) “ you may think this will never happen. But it does ¦ it did happen few times for me so I thought it would be great to let others know how I did it before they quit trying and get a new fresh wordpress installation losing all their data.
  5. Top 10 WordPress anti spam plugins “ Another collection of mine, this time to help me get rid of spammers. Yep, they attack blogs too (and attacked mine as well). The best seems to be akismet but there are few other options from which you can chose your destiny, so read the whole post before you make a decision (and maybe test them one by one).
  6. How to integrate Google Analytics with your blog “ A common problem for bloggers is to have their google analytics code installed on their blog so they can track traffic. This post explains exactly what you need to do to have it working.
  7. The best permalinks structure “ If you don ‘t know what permalinks are, then search this blog and you will find a post explaining that for sure. In the 7th post listed here I explained what ‘s the best way to have your URLs listed and why is that.

 

Top 10 WordPress Anti Spam Plugins

Top 10 WordPress Anti Spam Plugins

As I was promissing few days ago here, I ‘ll name few tools that you can use to fight agains WordPress Spam.

Here we go:

  1. Akismet “ a very popular plugin which comes by default with wordpress. To use it, you need to signup for a wordpress acount and get an API key for your website.
  2. Defensio “ A wordpress plugin that helps you filter your comments and also provides rss feed for both accepted and Ëœspammed ‘ comments.
  3. Simple CAPTCHA “ Adds turing text to your comment area to eliminate automated comments
  4. Challenge “ Adds a challenge to your comments area, the regular stuff being additions and multiplications
  5. Referrer Bouncer “ You don ‘t need to do anything to use it. Just activate it.
  6. Email Immunizer “ Simply converts all your emails on your website to numeric references to prevent email colecting
  7. WPBayes “ Implements the spam filtering with the Naive Bayesian technique, which means it marks the comments as spam or not based on your previous decisions. To be honest, I didn ‘t use this one
  8. Spam Karma 2 “ This one assigns a karma score based on multiple factors like the age of the post, the email, if there ‘s a link inside, etc, etc.
  9. WP Spam Hitman “ It fights agains wordpress spam using a series of patterns. That ‘s all I know about it, please test it and let me know if it ‘s a good one.
  10. Did you pass Math “ Does the same thing as the one at point #4.

Well.. I think 10 tools are enough to keep you away from spam comments. Test them and use the one(s) you like the most.

The Best Permalinks Structure

The Best Permalinks Structure

The default permalink structure for wordpress is something like his: http://blogname.com/?p=123, where 123 is the internal ID of the post. I totally disagree with that structure and I ‘m not the only one in this world who thinks meaningless and useless for SEO purposes. It doesn ‘t help in any ways your rankings or your placing in the SERPs. This is obvious because one of the most important rules for SEO is having the keywords in your URL/titles. Honestly, I don ‘t understand why they choose that as default, but that ‘s not so important.

The pretty structure is something like this: http://blogname.com/2008/10/27/some-post-name. Now, the big question is: which permalinks structure is the best one? I ‘ll let you decide that, but, for me, one thing is for sure: the post name has to be in the URL. WordPress comes with few options for the permalinks structure:

  • Day and name, which is actually Ëœyear, month, day and name ‘. This helps the reader too as it ‘s like searching through the blog archive. You have the year, the month, the day, so you can easily find the post.
  • Month and name, which is almost the same with the first option just that the day is missing
  • Category and post name, for instance http://blogname.com/some-category/some-post-name. This format is used on a lot of new blogs lately. Some say that the category name is relevant to the post name, and hence improve SEO.
  • Post name, meaning just blogname.com/some-post-name. This 4th one is used on a lot of blogs as well.

WordPress offers you the possibility to go even further with your imagination, using the structure tags in your permalinks to create a custom permalinks structure. According to Ëœcodex ‘, these are the structure tags you can use in your permalinks settings page:

  • %year% “ The year of the post, four digits, for example 2004
  • %monthnum% “ Month of the year, for example 05
  • %day% “ Day of the month, for example 28
  • %hour% “ Hour of the day, for example 15
  • %minute% “ Minute of the hour, for example 43
  • %second% “ Second of the minute, for example 33
  • %postname% - A sanitized version of the title of the post (post slug field on Edit Post/Page panel). So This Is A Great Post!  becomes this-is-a-great-post in the URI (see Using only %postname%)
  • %post_id% “ The unique ID # of the post, for example 423
  • %category% “ A sanitized version of the category name (category slug field on New/Edit Category panel). Nested sub-categories appear as nested directories in the URI.
  • %author% “ A sanitized version of the author name.

You can use Ëœ- ‘ or Ëœ/ ‘ to separate them, eg: /%category%/%postname%-%post_id%/

This isn ‘t a SEO blog so I ‘ll let you decide which one is the best permalinks structure for your blog. I personally support having post name and id and nothing else. Why? It ‘s because your post name will contain your keywords. Therefore, if the URL is short, the keyword density will be high(the concept is called relative weight of keywords). I don ‘t encourage having only the post name in the title, and here ‘s why: if you do that, the rewrite rules may make it impossible to access pages such as your stylesheet or the /wp-admin folder. That ‘s why it ‘s best to include some numeric data in the post, for instance the post ID. This will prevent you from having 2 posts with the same URL (I know you wouldn ‘t name 2 posts the same, but you might have 2 posts with the same name in different categories, etc ¦ you never know).

One thing I forgot to mention is that if you already made some posts and published them with the faulty structure, there is a plugin that will help you redirect the old URLs to new ones. Here ‘s the link.

Hope this helps,

How to Install WordPress

Ok ¦ now you know what a blog is and you ‘ve been thinking of starting your own. You also heard of the term Ëœwordpress ‘ but you don ‘t know exactly what is it all about. In just few words, wordpress is the most used blogging platform on the planet. It is a free open source platform that lets you create and publish your blog. You just install it on your website and you ‘re good to go.

There is really no difference between a blog and a regular website. It ‘s just that the blog means a specific type of website: a web log or a personal diary. That ‘s it.

WordPress will basically build your website. You can choose from various skins to make it personal. You can have widgets, banners and so on. You can organize your posts in categories, timeframes and the most recent ones appear by default on your home page. If you wish, you can change that setting to display a static page. WordPress also has a complete, well designed administration area where you can manage everything on your website: you can add new categories, create posts, add pictures, embed videos, music, add links and many, many more things, all in one single online administration area.

Installing it is really easy if you are familiar with uploading files through FTP to your website. If you don ‘t know what that is, then read this guide and you ‘ll find out. If it ‘s still too complicated, there are hosted versions also, which are free and don ‘t need to have a website. I recommend having your own name on the internet though ¦

I wrote a guide on how to install wordpress which you may download and read.

You can download it using the form in the upper right corner.

Get it now and start blogging :P

How To Display A Static Page On Your Home Page

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In this short post, I will teach you how to have a static page displayed on your home page instead of the regular: latest 10 posts (or at least 10 is the default number).

By default, wordpress displays your latest posts (latest first). However, this can be changed to show a static page for your home page. To change this setting, go to your settings menu and pick reading from there.

Please note that you must have a static page in order to display it. By default, WordPress creates a static page and puts it on your blog, but some delete it because of the hello world  content (so did I). If you don ‘t have any static page on your blog, you won ‘t even be able to see that setting.

Here we go: on the reading settings page, you ‘ll notice you can choose between latest posts  (the number of posts can be changed as well) and a static page. To make your home page static, pick static and choose one of your pages.

That ‘s it :)

Note: make sure you have a navigation panel or your sidebar includes a link to latest posts or archive or something. Otherwise, your visitors won ‘t be able to check your posts and will see only your static content.

Hope it helps,

The Big Difference Between WordPress.com and your own WordPress

I know why you are here :) It ‘s either because you didn ‘t find what you were looking for in your admin panel or you wanted to ask me a question.

Ok, here ‘s the deal: wordpress.org and wordpress.com isn ‘t the same thing.

The .org one is the platform, the application. It ‘s exactly like any little program you install on your machine, with the only difference that it runs online, somewhere on a server (I ‘m not going to explain here what a server is). You download it, install it, then start posting, changing options, themes, installing plugins yada yada ¦ about anything you can think of.

The .com one is basically the same thing, just that it isn ‘t the same thing :) . It ‘s already installed, you just need to signup and you ‘re setup and ready to go. Now ¦ the big problem here is you don ‘t have to pay for hosting or to struggle installing anything anywhere, you just get to your admin panel and start playing there ¦ I know, this doesn ‘t sound like a problem at all. Yes it does. At some point, you might need something that wordpress.com doesn ‘t offer, or even worse, you might find out your blog got deleted for some reason.

So, my advice is to go the hard way, your own domain way.

Reply to this post if you need more info ;) I usually reply pretty fast

Why Going Premium With WordPress?

As you probably know, when you download WordPress, it comes with one or 2 default themes that nobody uses anymore, because they ‘re too default  :) So do you!

Therefore, the next step is to find a WordPress Theme that fits your needs the most. From what I ‘ve seen so far, a high percentage of WordPress Themes are pretty basic and not so well done, so you probably won ‘t be too happy with them.

Now ¦ the big question is ¦ what do they offer? What kind of options do you get? With free themes you get almost nothing, where as premium themes give you the possibility of adding personal information, put banners, adsense, easily track your website, etc. etc.

Let ‘s take, for example, the Socrates theme, recently released. They give you

  • Built in Header Generator
  • 200+ Niche Header Designs
  • Upload Your Own Headers
  • 4 Custom Nav Bars with New Window and No Follow Links!
  • Optional Built In Adsense, Affiliate and Clickbank Ad Bar
  • Social Media Slider “ Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn,YouTube, RSS
  • Choose from Dozens of Backgrounds On The Fly
  • Custom Styling and Color Options
  • Affiliate Program Integration
  • 728 –90 Banner Custom HTML Rotator
  • Multiple Sidebar Layouts
  • Internet Marketing and WordPress Training
  • Monetize With Any Affiliate Program or Network
  • Sales Page Templates
  • No Side Bar Template
  • Squeeze Page Template
  • Advanced SEO Layout
  • In Post Ad Units “ Can be Disabled on Per Post Basis!