After months and months of development and input, the website project Anti Tables goes live! You may remember a post a while back talking about Anti Tables (View post here) well the project still continued, but development dramatically expanded after a few months and the site was taken down to continue the development. The original plan was to release Anti Tables in 2008 and then start building up content and aiming to get a decent amount of traffic by 2009. But this quickly became impossible as a lot of new ideas were in the air and it wasn’t possible.
James’ Blog is officially one years old today! To be exact at 10:22 AM (GMT Time). This was when everything such as the domain name, the web hosting and other parts was purchased and created. It’s been a good year I think for James’ Blog, over 100 posts/articles have been posted and the combined total site views is over 80,000! I would like to thank everyone who has helped James’ Blog, I’d love to do a long list, but it would just be so long, but thank you to everyone involved!
Recently, I’ve noticed when I’ve been administrating my blog, my WordPress dashboard has become awfully slow, and I mean slow. The loading of the dashboard was like dial up speeds and im on a 2 MB broadband connection (Soon to be 10 MB) so it was a joke really. So I went hunting for some tips on getting my WordPress Dashboard like the speed of light again. Not all of the tips I found helped my specific situation, but some might help you if your in a similar situation
Every webmaster wants to know how many hits his website is getting, whether it be daily, monthly or just sporadically; but with so many stat tools available, which one is the best to use? In this article, we’ll review some of the top systems available.
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WordPress is a powerful platform which goes down a treat with bloggers and publishers, and thanks to it’s brilliant community, WordPress has something called plugins which can extend the functionality of a WordPress website. There are so many different plugins written by community members that perform unique tasks, whether it be to extend the functions of something that is already in place or to completely introduce a new function to a WordPress website. Here are a list of some WordPress plugins that could help improve your posts and content