One reason why I love WordPress is that you can customize it to the way you want. There are many ways to integrate social media buttons to your WordPress blog. Some methods are by editing your theme file and some methods are by using WordPress plugins. If you remember last month I shared a tutorial for blogger users to add sexy bookmarks to their blogs. In this post I’m going to share similar buttons for WordPress users.
As the web designers are increasing in number, more and more blogger templates can be found these days. But only few web designers design the blogger templates specially for girl bloggers. This time Gagan from BeepTheGeek designed a new pink colored blogger template (Specially for Girls). He named it as Pinky84. Here is a screenshot of it:
I always use arrow marks on images whenever I write a post about some tutorials. It makes readers to understand tutorials easy. One of my readers asked me in a comment how to create these arrow marks. So here is a tutorial to create arrow marks on images using Adobe Photoshop.
Create Arrow Marks using Photoshop
1. First of all, you must download layer styles to give a beautiful look to arrow marks. My friend Gagan posted some good layer styles, click here to download these layer styles.
So you have created a WordPress blog and you want it to appear in all major search engines. To make it appear in search engines you must know about SEO (Search Engine Optimization). Sitemap is a basic part or SEO. In this post I will share how to create a XML sitemap for WordPress blog.
For all those people who don’t know about sitemap, a sitemap is a XML file that lists URLs for a site along with additional metadata about each URL. Sitemaps are easiest way for webmasters to inform search engines about pages on their sites that are available for crawling. One advantage for creating sitemaps is that you can set priorities for different pages you want search engines to crawl.
Everything is a great replacement for default Windows search feature. Everything instantly locates files and folders by filename. It takes only a few seconds to build its databse. This tiny application quickly displays search results as you type.