Blog Day 2009 • WordPress Help

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As last year this year I am also proud to participate in the Blog Day .

There are many activities, and I will participate in some of them, which I hope you attend to make it more enjoyable. These are:

SUNDAY, AUGUST 30

VIDEO-CONVERSATORIES

Pablo Bongiovanni : "Web 2.0 and education model 2010"

Argentina and Uruguay: 11h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay , Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 10h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 09h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 08h00 / Spain: 16h00

Borja Ventura : "Blogs and media, a new scenario of communication "

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11am Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvador , Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Fernando Tellado : "Blogs, Twitter or Social Networks?" (To be held in TinyChat )

Argentina and Uruguay : 12h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11h30 Colombia, Ecuador , Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h30 / Spain: 17h30

WORKSHOPS

Blog Creation

(Pablo Pérez Cahuenas)

* to be confirmed [19659052] Argentina and Uruguay: 15h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 2:30 p.m. Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 13h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 12h30 / Spain: 8:30 pm

Podcasting

(Iván Lasso)

Argentina and Uruguay: 4:00 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 3:00 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 14h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 13h00 / Spain: 21h00

Microblogging

(Paúl Barahona)

Argentina and Uruguay: 17h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 4:00 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 3pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 2pm / Spain: 10pm

Optimization of blogs and SEO Power your blog!

(Fernando Tellado) [19659039] Argentina and Uruguay: 13h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h30 / Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 11h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica : 10h30 / Spain: 18h30

Tools for coverage of live events on the Internet

(Paúl Barahona)

Argentina and Uruguay: 14h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 13h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 12h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 11h00 / Spain: 19h00

The use of the blog and other virtual resources in the digitized classroom

(Cristina Velázquez)

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h30 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11h30 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h30 / Spain: 17h30

E-learning

(Edgardo Lurig & Pablo Bongiovanni)

Argentina and Uruguay: 4:30 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 3:30 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama , Peru: 14h30 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 13h30 / Spain: 19h30

Web 2.0

(Pablo Bongiovanni & Edgardo Lurig)

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile , Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Cyberactivism: social participation in Internet Times

(Damián Profeta)

Argentina and Uruguay: 13h00 / B olivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 11h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 10h00 / Spain: 18h00

Podcasting: A new marketing tool

(Enrique Figueroa)

Argentina and Uruguay: 15h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 14h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 13h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 12h00 / Spain: 20h00

Breaking the bubble: from the geek audience to the mass media with your blog

(Alfredo Velazco)

* to confirm time
Argentina and Uruguay: 5:30 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 4:30 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 3:30 pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 14h30 / Spain: 22h30

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

Guest: Edita Martinu zzi, 84-year-old blogger

"Digital divide, one inclusion case"

* to confirm time
Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Rep. Domunicana and Venezuela: 11h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Talk with the team " Without a future and without a hard "

* to confirm time
Argentina and Uruguay: 13h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 11h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 10h00 / Spain: 18h00

MONDAY, AUGUST 31

VIDEO-CONVERSATION

Tíscar Lara : " Digital culture and learning in Network: peer collaboration and open knowledge production "

Argentina and Uruguay: 11h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cub a, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 10h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 09h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 08h00 / Spain: 16h00

Edgardo Lurig : "Current Trends in E-learning"

Santa Fe Catholic University UCSF (Argentina)

Argentina and Uruguay: 17h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay , Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 4pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 3pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 2pm / Spain: 10pm

Octavio Islands : "Web 2.0: The revolution of human sociability "

Tecnológico de Monterrey ITESM (Mexico)

Argentina and Uruguay: 12h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba , Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 11am Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 10h00 / El Salvad or, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 09h00 / Spain: 17h00

Patricia Pacheco: "Intellectual Property on the Internet"

Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja UTPL (Ecuador)

Argentina and Uruguay: 6:00 pm / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 5:00 pm Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 4:00 pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 3:00 pm / Spain: 23h00

ROUND TABLE

"Share your experience and learn about blogs"

Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja UTPL (Ecuador)

Argentina and Uruguay: 19h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 18h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 5:00 pm / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 4:00 pm / Spain: 00:00

"Web 2.0: prosumers and digital communications " [19459] 075]

Tecnológico de Monterrey ITESM (Mexico)

Argentina and Uruguay: 13h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 12h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua , Panama, Peru: 11h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 10h00 / Spain: 18h00

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES

Live program of Tecnodatum Kit : "Monetarization of BLogs "

Argentina and Uruguay: 00h00 / Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela: 23h00 Colombia, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru: 22h00 / El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Costa Rica: 21h00 / Spain: 05h00

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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WordPress Argentina? • WordPress Help

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<p> It seems absurd to start a project, which could be nice, in this way, and thanks to <a href= Plague I learned that there is a site called WordPress Argentina (http://wordpress.org.ar), of course nothing to do with Automattic or the WordPress development or translation team, that your business card is a " planet " news about WordPress (without saying so, of course) We have installed a plugin that re-publishes information from other sites related to a topic (this included) .In fact I think that they have not been complicated in the least , they have simply taken the RSS feed of Planet WordPress (which publishes with express consent of the blog s) and have made a copy … bad.

This in itself is not bad, and personally I do not care, if the information reaches more people for my perfect.

But there does not end the mess … [19659004] Then there is an incongruity in its footer, because it indicates that they have " © WordPress Argentina. All registered rights ", when the information they show is not yours, and in many cases it requires sharing under the same conditions ((In my case it is different, I request a specific acceptance of a license that , of course they have not done)). Also, they are not WordPress Argentina !, incidentally.

Just anecdotal is the fact that the download link they offer (http://wordpress.org.ar/download) is version 2.7 ] in Spanish from Spain . Come on, that already could have worked a page and offer the current version in Spanish of Argentina, but not even that.

The perpetrators of this "thing" seem to be a hosting company called Ibumu.com ]what a disservice they do to the WordPress community of Argentina (and in general) with a site of this type. Especially laughable, seen the seen, is the declaration of intentions in the description of the site:

We are creating the community of WordPress users in Argentina. You can help us and collaborate by either posting or making this site known. In this way we can share more content in our language. We are waiting for your help!

That is, they themselves are not willing to make an effort and they ask the community. Please!

I would have loved to support a project "for real" but this is not, at least in my opinion, not because of the copy-paste of information, which I already say is the least, but because it does not seem to be what they announce.

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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WordPress 2.8.1 in Spanish of Argentina • WordPress Help

Lagg3r has made the translation of WordPress 2.8.1 into Spanish from Argentina, with idioms that will be liked by Argentines. In the post it explains how to install it, besides offering the file es_AR.po in case you want to adapt it yourself to your tastes.

Matt Mullenweg – "Developers have to think a lot more about usability" • WordPress Help

Thanks to emip3 I found out that in the newspaper La Nación they have interviewed Matt Mullenweg, soul of WordPress, and for your interest I quote it here so you do not miss any of it. Both the text and the image belong to the original article that you can consult here .

– In early December they released the new version of WordPress (2.7), which is much more customizable than the previous ones, how do you choose the functions to be prioritized in each new release?

– What we try to do is that everything can be used more easily from the beginning, that someone who never used WordPress, but at the same time who has used it can feel it is an advance. It aims to make everything simpler, that every action that the user wants to do will demand less number of clicks.

– In the comments on the latest version, several people complained about the change in the look of the Control Board of WordPress what is your opinion about it?

– It is logical that people resist change, but we have to keep innovating and changing the design. Change is the most important thing for us. If we slow down, we get stuck, and even though our service is free, all bloggers ask us more and more, day after day.

"To design the latest versions of WordPress we used a system that it allows us to know about which places of the control panel the look of our users rests. So we see what they see and we can see which sectors go unnoticed and improve them.

– You work with open source code in everything you can; however, some members of the developer community want you to not interact at any point with closed source companies. In WordPress Google tools are used and your November talk in Buenos Aires was done in the Microsoft offices. How do you live that?

– Critics come in batches, they are like waves that sometimes come and suddenly disappear. I recently received a comment because we used some Google tools to make our blogs work better, we got an email saying that Google will observe us all and save all our information for some unknown purpose. That's obviously not the case.

"We as Autommatic are sure to be open source and the idea is to be fundamentally so, in the foundations of our company. There are a lot of things that will never change, but there are some features like the fact of including videos from YouTube, the signature of Google, which will remain that way.

"There is no way for us to do something like YouTube: to receive a video 100 Megabytes, change format, shrink it and put it in a blog, we can not do that, we would need too much investment in hardware, especially servers. It is a lot of work and very expensive to do, we have developed many things, but the hardware is not trivial, we would have to devote a lot of time to something that is not central.

– There are some tools to make a blog built on WordPress can be managed from the desktop of the PC www.zoundry.com ), what do you think about it?

– ( Laughs ) It's OK, I like that WordPress leaves the browser, the amount of applications that are created related to our platform is great. It is very powerful because people can blog from outside the house, and that will be more interesting every day.

– Do you think that in the near future cell phones will be an important tool for blogging?

-I do not think it will happen in the near future because the experience has to improve a lot, there is a lot to do, in general there is a very bad experience of browsing on cell phones, but some things like Android, the mobile operating system developed by Google, they are interesting. The Blackberries also help in this aspect. The future is to leave home and stay connected.

"We already have a development for the iPhone, which is what I use. With Android we will do the same when our users are there.

– So, what do you think about netbooks, that new segment of small notebooks?

– I love them, the ubiquity of netbooks is great. But they need a good connection to give their full potential and this does not necessarily exist all over the world.

– This is your second time at Wordcamp Buenos Aires (http: // argentina.wordcamp.org/agenda/ ), what goes through your head when people who live so far are interested in WordPress ?

– ( Laugh ) It's very funny and amazing, I've been to more than 20 Wordcamp in 2008. What fascinated me the most was getting to China, because there it's all very different. It's a lot of people and they got together to talk about WordPress it's almost surreal (more laughter).

– Although you were born in Texas, you live in San Francisco, an area with a lot of entrepreneurs, do you have colleagues who Are you worried about the current crisis?

– Yes, because in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, which is very close, there are many companies that are throwing people, closing and merging. This is because the model of the Valley to generate wealth is to obtain one million dollars and spend it, obtain five million dollars and spend them, and so long as possible. It is assumed that you can always get more money, then when you enter at a time when that is over, you have to disappear or reformulate your company.

"It is not a good situation, but in this context the innovation has to appear because you have to survive. And it is also good because we buy companies and now they are much cheaper. In addition, there are many talented people who were left without work and we can add to our company.

– In addition to developing WordPress you use Thunderbird to manage your mail and support Ubuntu as desktop software. These are open source applications that target the general public, what do you think the other companies that promote this type of tool to grow are missing?

– I think that open source has a bad background on how to resolve conflicts. If two developers can not agree on how to solve a function it does not matter, add the two ( laughs) . They do not ask what is better for the user, I think that developers have to think a lot more about usability. There are unified criteria.

– The slogan of WordPress is Code is poetry, but are you still developing?

– Yes!

– Where do you get the time?

-I do not know how; In general, conferences in Spanish, Portuguese or Chinese come in handy, because as I do not understand what is being talked about, I start developing. I have written in WordPress part of the user comments interface. I also work a lot in Akismet, the system that stops spam comments in our blogs. For me, developing is like being on vacation.

Pablo Martín Fernández
LA NACION

The Pictures of WordCamp Argentina 2008

Mariano Amartino has created a photo presentation of the WordCamp Argentina 2008 and the truth is that it gives tremendous envy not to have been there.

Here you have it …

The entry The Photos of WordCamp Argentina 2008 the first published Fernando Tellado in Help WordPress . Do not copy content, do not say anything good about you to your readers.

WordCamp Argentina 2008

It is already official, and the WordCamp Argentina 2008 already has agenda and place : Microsoft Argentina offices in Buenos Aires on November 8 . With the assistance of Matt Mullenweg will only have a problem, the maximum capacity of 200 people, which is sure to fall short of the expectation generated by this WordPress event.

Unfortunately, except last minute invitation, I can not attend so I hope that Guille has saved a place and tells us as already I see that Guille has registered I hope he tells us live what's going on there.

Main Hall
09:00 – 09:30 Accreditation and greetings
09:30 – 10:15 Opening : Alejandro Piscitelli
10:15 – 11:00 Keynote : Matt Mullenweg

11:45 – 12:30 Statistics : How to know who, how and when you visit your blog. They talk Juan Damia and Andres Snitcofsky
12:30 – 13:30 Design and Interface : Why design is necessary even if you write well?
They speak Horacio Bella Franco Gimenez and Pablo Rigazzi

15:00 – 16:00 Advertise on Blogs : Is it possible to live from a blog? It's worth a try? Guillermo Bracciaforte of Google AdSense Juan Bongiovanni of Zed Digital that will give the point of view of an agency and …
16:00 – 17:00 More beyond the text : Podcasts, VideoCasts .. WordPress is a blank canvas. They talk MiraVos VacasVolando
17:00 – 18:00 Blogging Corporate or "Blogs in a Social Media Strategy": Esteban Panzeri of Lenovo
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Interview with Pablo Suarez (Kabytes) • WordPress Help

Kabytes is one of the Spanish-speaking blogs that has received more recognition in recent months, and it is not casual, this weblog commanded by Pablo Suarez with the collaboration of Tamara Druetta covers such interesting topics as SEO, Internet, Business, programming and online applications, but from a very personal perspective that comes very well to the reader, something we noticed simply by seeing the amount of comments per post that Pablo and Tamara get.

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Kindly Pablo gave us his experience with WordPress, the CMS he uses in Kabytes:

1 – Why did you start the blog? What goals did you have? and tell us if they have been met.

I started the blog mainly because I realized that I spent many hours reading other blogs and that it was a good time to start my own and give my point of view on many aspects that seemed important to me. As an objective the idea was to grow month by month, luckily this is being fulfilled and much faster than I had imagined. Another objective and perhaps the most important is to share information and receive feedback that will benefit both the reader and me, and I really learned a lot since I started with the blog.

2 – How many entries do you usually do weekly? the blog? Do I publish some programs?

I do not have a constant number of entries, I usually try to place about 5 entries per week, but there are weeks that exceed 20, everything depends on the time and inspiration you have to write. Sometimes I usually schedule entries, they are usually timeless entries, that is, they are more reflections than news of the moment, for example the category that has the most programmed entries is productivity.

3 – Do you have any system of moderation of comments or control of spam? Tell us something about your theory about it.

Askimet for spam, but the funny thing is that I almost do not have spam in the blog, as for the comments of people I moderate the first and then I leave freeway for the expression , this I do to avoid some misplaced visitors and half hoygan that can come from Google looking for anything else related to the subject of the blog.

4 – Why do you use WordPress? And what version do you currently use?

WordPress always liked me, mainly for being free and for being so popular, therefore any problem is very easy to solve with the help of Google because surely someone else happened. Although I would have to say that the latest version of WordPress, the one I have installed now 2.5, I did not like it as much as the previous ones, it seems to me that the Dashboard is more "pretty" but very little functional, the other older versions had a board more minimalist, simple and very practical at the time of publishing.

5 – Have you used other publication systems apart from WordPress? What is your impression about them? (if you have used any) and why you chose wordpress.

Practically always use WordPress, never change me, what I always wanted to try is Joomla that they told me very well about it, but at the moment I do not have Planned to migrate from WordPress. I think there are better CMS than WordPress but none have such a large support, nor such an active community.

6 – What options or added envy of other CMS and would you like to see in WordPress, or simply, what do you think Does WordPress need to make life easier? and also what do you hate about WordPress if there is something?

I would like WordPress to go back to its old dashboard, the new one is horrible. It is completely uncomfortable, I think I win in aesthetics but lost a lot in usability and when one publishes very often it ends up leaving aside the beautiful to get full with the fast and comfortable. Hopefully in future versions you can select a different theme for the board.

7 – Going back to WordPress … What plugins do you use and why?

I almost do not use plugins, I currently use the Askimet, the Related post and some that another but they are quite generic, I do not like plugins much, for example in more than one opportunity I saw how blogs get slow and slower and slower by inefficient plugins, at least in my case they are not necessary and the cleaner have my blog much better.

8 – The template you use is free or paid ?. Why did you choose it? Have you made modifications and what?

The template is designed by Tamara and for me, sincerely I like to have a design as personalized as possible, I think it gives more personality to the blog, apart from this theme, the content is over other things, mainly clear letters, design without overloads, without disturbing the view, just and necessary to read the blog is comfortable.

9 – Did you perform any positioning (SEO) to publicize the blog? [19659006] No, I just wrote to three or four bloggers of which I was and I am a regular reader and nothing else, the rest was word of mouth and a lot of work in writing content of the highest possible quality.

10 – What What advertising system do you use and why did you choose it? Does it offer you the income you expected? Have you tried other advertising systems?

Currently Adsense, and luckily I'm doing better than I expected, not in the blog but I already tried several systems and none of them ended up convincing me, I think some of the best-known companies have many advertisers of poor quality, I prefer to stick with Adsense is the best there is, and in the not too distant future and start working with direct sponsors, I think it is the best.

11 – Do you have training and / or Web programming knowledge? Which? Have you served for your blog?

If most of the knowledge I acquired University, there I learned to program in C and then for my part I started to try PHP that ended up being an addiction, luckily for my blog it served me and a lot. Also for other projects that I am working on. PHP is very robust and reliable 😀

12 – Do you use the WordPress editor regularly or external editors? if it is the latter, which one do you use and why?

Not really. What if I try is to pass a spell checker to avoid publishing something disastrous, but something always escapes. But no, I do not have any preferred external editor, it can be a notebook, a Word, whatever.

13 – What operating systems and browsers do you usually use and why?

I'm currently using it in the same XP machine and Ubuntu both with Firefox, I also have Internet Explorer installed is a necessary evil to prove that the sites look good in both browsers, I also have a version of Opera out there.

14 – Do you think you dominas WordPress or would you like to learn something you do not know how to do?

You can always learn more, I can move quite well, but I would like to know much more, apart with each update WordPress changes many things and it is necessary to be aware of the best can.

15 – Finally, as WordPress Help is an eminently practical blog I would ask you to share some trick or advice on WordPress.

· Install only the necessary plugins.

· Use theme simple, that saves us transfer and server resources, in general, the simple is more usable than something very complex that ends up exhausting the view of our readers.

· Place the date of your tickets , it seems fashionable the idea of ​​getting all of our post the date of publication, it is important in the face of visits, sometimes you read something and do not know if it happened 2 years or 1 month ago.

· Worry more for usability than for aesthetics : Letters with good size and contrast invite reading, on the other hand, if we do the opposite we will be scaring readers.

· Making periodic backups : you never know when something can fail, at least once a week making a backup is important, in my case I do not use a plugin directly login to phpmyadmin and export the database.

· Monitor source code often : This I do to avoid some n problem, on one occasion they had injected spam in the footer for a WordPress security problem, it is never another to verify that the code is clean of defects.

· Pay attention to the load times: ] Many times it happens more for hosting than on the other hand, but it is good to try to optimize our blog so that it loads as fast as possible.

These are my tips that although they are not tremendously practical, they are very easy to apply in most cases.

NOTICE : this publication is from two years ago or more. If it's a code or a plugin it might not work in the latest versions of WordPress, and if it's a news story it might be obsolete. Then do not say we have not warned you.

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WordCamp Spain – When will we see it? • WordPress Help

We recently enjoyed the event WordCamp Dallas from the hand of Hector and it was very popular (read in Spanish from Spain) the WordCamp from Argentina

Well, I wonder what it takes to set up this event in Spain? Is anyone encouraged to set up a WordCamp in Spain ?

Well, in the meantime we have an answer to this question Charles Stricklin has started a how-to guide Organize a WordCamp .