The day to day goings on of Interconnect IT that we think are worth sharing with our readers.
One thing worth thinking about in 2008, is fixing the DNS entry to your website. Most are probably set up just fine, but here’s one of the most common problems we see.
Two hot topics, in one post. WordPress is the hot blogging tool right now, and the iPhone is one of the hot mobile phones! Here I talk about posting to WordPress from the iPhone.
We’ve been writing custom themes for clients for quite some time now, and felt it was time to give something back to the WordPress community. So we built a GPL theme for hosted versions of WordPress.
So we’re hoping to be one of the first to congratulate WordPress on hitting the two million blogs mark. To us it’s big news – we’ve made a strategic decision to be increasingly involved in WordPress.
Take a look at the effect of Google ranking on the number of pageviews on this personal blog. Quite a jump, you can see!
If you ever feel like you want to change the source of the news items on the wordpress dashboard (Not wordpress.com, sorry if I got your hopes up there) here is how to do it.
Create an “.htaccess” file in the folder you want to be cached and add the following to it. This will have the effect of caching your site for a week.
Expensive mistakes can be avoided by just being a little bit careful. Imagine you’d spent many thousands on this marketing campaign, only to get it plastered around the web… for the wrong reasons.
Any website is a reflection of your business. If it’s cheap and unreliable, it’ll say that to your potential clients. Recently we’ve had client’s who’ve been burned by other web designers and their hosts.
Restricting the ability to sign up to new wpmu blogs is unfortunate but necessary to get away from all the spam bloggers out there. They make life hell for everyone.