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How-to: WordPress Sitemap Page Without Plugins

Having inherited development of a client’s site, I looked at the amount of clutter my illustrious predecessor had built up and decided it was time for a spring clean. It ddin’t help that some of the old plugins proved incompatible by the time we upgraded WordPress through six or seven versions. I’ve come across recommendations … Continue reading

Our Top Posts This Week

I thought I’d take a look at the top posts visitors have viewed in the last week, just to see what is riding high in the miscellany that is Everything Express. What I find are some expected perennial favourites and some current big draws. Ready to do the count-down? Not ‘arf, mate! How-to: Adjusting Windows … Continue reading

News: The WordPress.com Reader (Re-post)

Originally posted on the Official Worpdress blog Freshly Pressed: Friday Faves: WordPress Reader. As you may have heard, Google Reader is shutting down on July 1. As readers ourselves, we understand the importance of a go-to space on the internet for your daily feeds and regular reads — and a place to discover new finds. If … Continue reading

How-to: Widget Visibility and You (Re-post)

Originally posted by Christopher Finke, on the official WordPress.com blog Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 Since the dawn of time, humankind has yearned for control. While we can’t give you more control over most of your life, we can give you more control over your widgets. And today, with the new widget visibility tool, you can … Continue reading

How-to: Highlight Core Employability Skills

You’re more than just a former job title and a task list. Your employability rests on a set of core transferable skills that should shine from your freshly-polished CV: Leadership and management February 2013: People Management Magazine reports that managers and business leaders are struggling with basic management skills, as budget cuts and efficiencies increase … Continue reading

How-to: Get Public Domain Images Free

You just can’t run a blog or website these days without pictures. We live in a world dominated by visual media. So much of it is copyright protected and commercially expensive. But some of it is not. Public Domain refers to material that is ‘publicly available’ and not restricted by copyrights. There are many stock … Continue reading

How-to: Decide Posting Frequency on your Website

The Truth about Web Traffic? “The more you post, the more traffic you’ll get…” It seems obvious, doesn’t it; if you want more traffic to your web site, just write more content. It ain’t necessarily so. If you’re marketing your site with keywords and doing SEO – and doing it right – then yes, the … Continue reading

How-to: Understand On-Page SEO

On Page SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is all about getting good rankings for web pages in the search engine results. It should be about structuring content so that the search engines understand its relevancy. However like anything related to the black-art and voodoo fakery surrounding SEO, a lot of Internet Marketers (shysters) try to use … Continue reading

Opinion: Gradual and Silent Encroachments (Guest Post)

This is a guest post by photographer and podcaster Tony Whitmore of the Ubuntu UK LoCo. You can find his blog, Words and Pictures at tonywhitmore.co.uk The high court has ordered five of the biggest British ISPs to block access to The Pirate Bay. They have just weeks to implement the block, although it’s not … Continue reading

How-to: Personalise Face Book Subscriptions

Subscriptions is the actual mechanism by which to follow people on Facebook. Subscriptions let you see other people’s public posts in their Facebook News Feed; normally you post to your friends and subscribers by selecting “public” which means everything you post publicly will appear in the subscriber’s News Feed. They automatically subscribe to follow you. … Continue reading

How-to: Write an Essay in Facebook – and Why You Shouldn’t

You no longer need to worry about text limits on posts, as Facebook now allows up to 5,000 characters. You are now free to write complete thoughts and break up your status updates into paragraphs to make your posts more readable. You can be one of those Internet novelists and serialise your Magnum Opus in … Continue reading

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