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WordPress.com Reader Toolbar in Self Hosted Sites

WordPress comes in two flavors: the fully hosted WordPress.com, and the self-hosted version available at WordPress.org. For a long-winded review of the differences see my blog post on Reader or No Reader....

WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: Reader or No Reader

You have decided on WordPress as your blogging / CMS Platform.  Now do you host your blog at WordPress.com (hosted) or use a website provider and consider a self-hosted WordPress Account? A...

Blogging 101: Add a New Page or Post

WordPress seems to take on two hats, as an incredible, blogging and communicating platform that is used across the globe to share our thoughts, dreams, and confessions.  On the other side of...

Blogging 101: Exploring Alternative Beliefs in Your Writing – Two plus two equals four?

Life seems pretty straight forward, 2 + 2 = 4, right?   What seems so simple, so rudimentary, kindergarten basic, is actually a very complex question.  But wait, 1 + 1 =...

Blogging 101: Create a Blogroll – Blog-Rolling around with Others

Today's Blogging 101 assignment is to create a Blogroll powered by the Links tab to help manage the sites you enjoy to read and visit frequently and the power reciprocal links to...

Blogging 101: Catering to your Design Needs

Todays Blogging 101 assignment was to add and/or customize two widgets, one text-based and one image-based. Which sounds like great fun. The main reason why I choose my theme is that it appeared...

Blogging 101: What is your favourite thing about reading?

I fell upon a post yesterday that asks simply that question, "What is your favourite thing about reading?"  What is funny, is that we are supposed to link to the post, but...

Blogging 101 – What can we learn through others?

One of the most powerful aspects of blogging is the interaction with our readers, their comments, their questions. How do you build a readership? Enjoy this blogging 101 post on "Building...

Mark is a foodie in training, photographer, Starbucks addict, runner, and single parent living outside of Toronto, Ontario. Living with Crohn’s Disease and Diabetes, life for this Transportation Planner and RPP can be an interesting mix.

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