WordPress.com Tutorial in PDF

After 16 chapters in which DigiZen has been showing us all the parts of a blog on WordPress.com, now they give us a great PDF where the whole series is compiled Of articles. Do not miss it.

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How to recover WordPress password – I've forgotten it

Imagine that one of these days gives you to empty the private information of your browser and it turns out that you do not remember the password you used to access the administration of your WordPress Blog. Tremendo no?

Surely you were going to have a hard time without being able to access the control room of your space of expression and communication. Bad experience where there are.

But do not worry, we have a solution here for almost everything, at WordPress Help style . You will be blogging again in 5 minutes if you follow this little tutorial.

You can go back to your blog and enter with the key (the friendly one) that you chose for your user, not the numbers and letters but the that you chose and then encoded.

That's it! . You entered your blog again and I am sure that you now want to write a post about how WordPress Help helped you to continue sharing your experiences and information on the web.

Plugin to identify TROLLS – WordPress Help

Trolls are Internet characters, really at this point I would not know it would be Internet without them, in particular I take them with a little of humor, but there are bloggers who really get angry with the comments of these beings, and as trolls, they usually attack even more if their comments are erased.

In case you do not know what a troll is, Wikipedia explains it very good:

In the jargon of Internet a troll (sometimes trol ) is a message u another form of participation that intentionally seeks to provoke predictable reactions, especially by novice users, for various purposes, from simple divertimento to interrupting or diverting the threads of the discussions, or to provoke flamewars angering their participants and facing each other.

For this very thing, there is a very funny solution, which is to identify a commentator as troll.


The Antitroll plugin is work of Andrés Nieto, and in his Web explains about the installation and operation:


  1. download from here
  2. Upload to FTP to the folder wp- content / plugins the file anti_troll.php
  3. Upload to the root of our wordpress the image 37icon-troll-small.gif
  4. Activate from the administrator menu


The mode employment is easy, you just have to edit the comment and add (they are two dashes on each side) at the beginning of the comment, this will add the image in the comment text showing the image.
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Enter WordPress 2.6

The new version of WordPress the 2.6, promises interesting news, and nothing better than to experience them for yourself as they become available.

That is why we have enabled a site with the version Alpha that we will update from subversion as new versions come out, in which you can enter and try the new functions of WordPress 2.6 .

To access just go to http: //wp26.ayudawordpress.com and enter with the following information:

Learn CSS – Modifying Links

The way links are displayed in a WordPress theme is determined by the stylesheet thereof. Each WordPress template is coded with slight variations but once the code is located it is very easy to change them. What I am going to deal with in this post is a simple guide that gives you a general understanding about how to change the appearance and behavior of links in a WordPress template .

First of all you should make sure that the theme files have write permissions and you can edit them from your admin panel. However, in my case I always prefer to edit them from the FTP client with the help of my favorite code editor ( Smultron ). The correct permissions to edit these files are usually 666 and will be located at " wp-content / themes / tuplantilla ".

As I said before, each theme is coded differently mode, and the links in the blog title, header, sidebar, footer or content, may have different styles in the style sheet (usually the file called " style.css ") . The basic links of the content part can be something like this:

The first section corresponds to the normal links ( to ), and you will see that in the first line you define the color of them, while in the second you can choose if you have underlined by default ( underline ) or without subra yado ( none ). The second section, with the same structure, will mark the appearance of the links that your reader has already visited ( visited ) while the last part is the one that adds style to your links when the visitor places the cursor on it, and before clicking on the link ( hover ).

Another example, this one of the header links ]could be similar to this:

Notice the call to the header ( header ) before the call to the link ( to ), this specifies that the link is relative to the header, in particular to the links that appear in it, usually referred to title of the blog .

You can also find a section dedicated to the sidebar, where it would be marked by its identifier (e.g. " sidebar "), but the structure would be the same as in the previous cases.

Of course, before making changes to your style sheet it is always recommended that you do a backup of the same to be able to recover it in case you do not like the result of the changes you make.

Another day we will touch some other aspect of CSS if you like it.

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Typepad offers its own Akismet

Six Apart the creator of the blogging platform Typepad has just released the first Beta of its control application SPAM in the comments available for other Blogging platforms such as Movable Type or WordPress, the application is called TypePad Antispam (no, they have not been complicated). You already have another Akismet this one of the competition and that, although compatible with the API of this, it is not Open Source (crass error).

Search for several Categories or Tags • WordPress Help

Did you know that WordPress supports multiple requests / searches for tags or categories ?

Well yes, and it's very easy. Imagine that you want to see all the posts tagged with, say, "wordpress 2.5" and "plugins" because it would be something as easy as this:

That would show you the posts that have the "wordpress" tag 2.5 "and also the tag" plugins ".

But if what you want is to show you those with the" wordpress 2.5 "tag or the" plugins "tag then what you would have to choose would be this:

And this same thing you can apply to the categories, just changing "tag" to "category" or as you have it on your blog.

The punch of this trick is that there is no way – at least I do not know it – to use it other than typing the URL in your browser's address bar . Let's see if any charitable soul finds some way to do it.

http: // ayudawordpress.com /? Tag = wordpress-25 + plugins or http: // ayudawordpress.com /? tag = wordpress-25, plugins

Plugin that reports 404 errors • WordPress Help

Today I found a very good post in WordPress expert that dealt with the hated 404 errors.

The same recommended the use of Webmasters tools and the plugin 404 notifier by Alex King .

404 Notifier is a really simple and efficient plugin, the notification system is by sending an email, like the one in the image (when I tried to enter http: // domain / estoesun404 )

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<p> Then, it will be time to go to the options panel, and configure the plugin, selecting 404 notifier. </p>
<p> Now we just have to check "enable mail notifications" and put our mail 😉 </p>
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What to do if the Disable a Plugin breaks your Blog? • WordPress Help

You deactivate a plugin normally trivial matter, and you do not notice anything special but you go back to your blog and you find that …

This is because the call from some file of your blog to plugin recently deactivated, can not find it and then the blog stops showing – or gives you an error – from the point where it should appear.

Maybe do not give to the first one with the affected file if so, keep looking in others ( single.php, comments.php, footer.php etc) until you find it. And if you can not find it either reactivates the plugin to undo the error and consult the official documentation or contact the developer.