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What can the WordPress community learn from the State of Drupal? | Open Parenthesis

Mon, 06/09/2014 - 16:32 -- rprice

WordPress can help retain the Open Web. I was disheartened to hear Dries say basically we can’t stop the open web from closing. I don’t disagree with him about the increasing dominance of a few key players in our daily lives online, but I think the antidote to that is the continued presence of many smaller players, enabled by technologies like WordPress. The IndieWebCamp movement, BarCamp, and WordCamp all suggest to me a strong and vibrant future for the truly open web.

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Participad

Tue, 10/30/2012 - 16:04 -- rprice

Participad is a WordPress plugin that allows multiple people to edit the same WP content at the same time. Powered by Etherpad Lite, Participad gives you:

Notepads, for collaborative notetaking
Synchronous authoring of any content in the WordPress Dashboard
Front-end editing

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Participad

Tue, 10/30/2012 - 16:04 -- rprice

Participad is a WordPress plugin that allows multiple people to edit the same WP content at the same time. Powered by Etherpad Lite, Participad gives you:

Notepads, for collaborative notetaking
Synchronous authoring of any content in the WordPress Dashboard
Front-end editing

real_time
editor
plugins
etherpad
collaboration
Wordpress

WordPress

Wed, 04/04/2012 - 08:39 -- rprice

There are many ways to declare your locations in your configuration that allow you to do basically whatever you want with your URLs. Usually, people want to have "pretty" URLs that hide the query strings and script files. Here are a few different strategies based on different goals. Here we are defining locations that should be used to replace the basic locations above in order to achieve the desired results.

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WordPress Plugins that stand the Test of Time

Mon, 11/17/2008 - 21:24 -- rprice

I've been engaging in a personal project recently to get all my OLD wordpress sites upgraded to 2.6 and on the latest versions of plugins and such. This has helped me notice that there are things I'd like to do with the software that it doesn't do by itself, either because of 3rd party services or for SEO reasons.

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Use Yahoo Site Explorer to get Top 10 Pages for your Site

Wed, 11/21/2007 - 10:18 -- rprice

A while back I installed an excellent plugin for Firefox called SearchStatus. In addition to showing me the pagerank and compete score of any page I visit (I think it does Alexa, but I have a different plugin for that), it also gives you this handy right-click menu with lots of neat stuff in it. Most useful was a list of all the pages that Google, MSN and Yahoo! index on your site. For this blog, the list is interesting, but I'm not trying to make a living being me, so I checked out OrlandoScene.TV, my up-and-coming video podcast.

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Sharing Some Stats

Sat, 06/09/2007 - 10:27 -- rprice

OK, now that the Fringe Festival is long over, and the spike in traffic for Blogging Fringe has come and gone, what do we have to show for it? Not as much as I'd like, really. The fact that lots of our content is spread across other sites (MySpace, YouTube) doesn't really require anyone to use our site to get the content. With this audience, we don't really need to worry about feeds taking away from our traffic.

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