Last Updated on Thursday, 14 February 2013 09:24 Written by TJ Marsh Thursday, 14 February 2013 12:00
With Tumblr becoming more and more popular, many people are using it! If you have a Tumblr blog, or if you find posts on a Tumblr blog you really like, you may want to add it to your own WordPress blog. This plugin does just that! It imports posts from a Tumblr blog into your WordPress blog! With the following features, this plugin is great for users of both Tumblr and WordPress:
- Correctly handles post formats
- Background importing: start it up, then come back later to see how far it’s gotten
- Duplicate checking, will not create duplicate imported posts
- Imports posts, drafts, and pages
- Media Side loading (for audio, video, and image posts)
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 January 2013 12:00 Written by Rodolfo Hernandez Thursday, 24 January 2013 12:00
Keeping your elgg site up to date is very important, because it will keep you protected against any security threat or a bug that could make your elgg network unstable. For that reason in this article I will give a step by step guide on how to add a version checker widget that will show whether your network is up to date or not.
1. The first thing to do is to download the plugin Core Version for elgg 1.8 hereLearn More
Last Updated on Monday, 7 January 2013 12:00 Written by Carole Bennett Monday, 7 January 2013 12:00
One of the things I love most about using mojoPortal, is that when a feature might work better when formatted differently, or presented in a different spot, Joe Audette and his team are aces at implementing changes for improving the product. The latest feature to get this attention is the Blog feature on mojoPortal. Here’s a sneak preview of what’s in store.
After last month’s post on the new multi-author capabilities of the mojoPortal blog feature, I asked some questions about additional functionality on the mojoPortal forum. This led to Joe Audette, the lead architect, making some usability improvements to the blog. These improvements will be rolled out in the next version, but are currently available for download on the Codeplex site.Learn More
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 January 2013 06:30 Written by TJ Marsh Sunday, 30 December 2012 12:00
With WordPress you can easily add your AdSense code to your blog. In order to do this, first login to the administrative end of your website. Then, go to the Appearance -> Widgets menu.
In this page select to add a “Text” widget and click on the “Add” button next to it.
(Note : Some blogs you have to drag and drop the widget to the correct area you wish to display a widget)
Then a new window with your widget will open. Click on the edit link in its right part in order to open the edit panel of the widget. You should add a title (in our case – Advertisement) and right under it the actual code that you have obtained from Google. Next, click on the “Done” button and after that on the “Save Changes” button right under it.
Well done! You have just added your AdSense code to your WordPress blog.Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 15 December 2012 12:01 Written by Carole Bennett Saturday, 15 December 2012 12:00
With the latest version of mojoPortal (126.96.36.199), a terrific new feature has been incorporated; the ability to allow multiple authors to write in a single blog, without giving them access to any posts other than their own. In addition, you can now also include authors’ bios and avatar as a part of each blog entry, allowing for greater personalization for each author’s work. Let’s go over how you can implement this feature set in mojoPortal.
I’ve recently upgraded my own site, IndigoTea.com, to use the 188.8.131.52 version of mojoPortal. One of the best new features is the ability to automatically add author bio and image information to Blog entries and HTML Instances. In order to have this option, you’ll need to go to your Profile, where in addition to your avatar, which is what will be displayed next to your bio, you’ll see a new field labeled “Author Bio”. This field must be populated in order to see the option to allow your bio and avatar information to be displayed.Learn More
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