Share on Facebook from WordPress.com • WordPress Help

If you have a blog hosted on WordPress.com you no longer need to visit your profile Facebook to add a link to your most recent publications, you can do it from the board of your WordPress

Just go to the section " My boards -> Manage blogs " from the WordPress.com bar and you will see the new option that adds to the one of share on Twitter or Yahoo specifically that of disclose on Facebook .

Once there you just have to check the Facebook box and the process (in two windows) of authorization of your Facebook account starts to publish the publications.

oEmbed in WordPress 2.9

It is already available in the development versions of WordPress 2.9 the possibility of embedding content in your posts simply by adding the URL in plain text of services that support this system. [19659002] To insert an embedded content of, for example, Flickr (which already supports oEmbed) you just have to put the URL and WordPress will show you the content instead of the web address.

Also, if you prefer, you can use the method of ' shorcodes '. To do this you just have to enclose the URL in the following codes:

Also, in the Media options of the Dashboard you have some configurations available for the embedded objects.

WordPress as CMS • WordPress Help


If you are still looking for a system with which to control what your WordPress users can or can not do, I have good news.

Adminimize is a megaplugin that allows you to control detail what each user profile can do, see, on the WordPress dashboard.

It's impressive, and it's also translated into Spanish, here I leave some screenshots of the administration screens in case you dare to use it on a specific project . Linked to Role Manager and Register Plus is a really powerful tool.

If you have tried WordPress Beta Testing you will already know some of its virtues.

WordPress Booking System

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<p> If you still have any doubt that <strong> with WordPress you can do everything </strong> is that you do not know the possibilities offered by the thousands of existing plugins, almost for each specific need. that more than one was looking for, and so <strong> with other CMS will have had to pay real fortunes </strong>is a <strong> reservation system for WordPress </strong>. </p>
<p> Well, we're in luck because there is a plugin that does this work in a very efficient way, and like everything in WordPress, very easy. </p>
<p> This little wonder is called <a href= Booking Calendar and as its name suggests is an evolution of what that could be a calendar plugin but in which your visitors can make reservations based on the available dates

Once you install the plugin you just have to choose a page or post in which to include the shortcode that will turn it into a complete and simple booking system of whatever you want (attendance at events , rooms, all types of rentals, etc.), this:

In this shortode you can add modifiers, so that they show the months you want. For example, to show 2 months you would put it like this:

And you'll already have your reservation system so that your customers do everything from your site managed with WordPress …

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<p> Then, from the new menu that generates in the WordPress Board, you can manage the approvals (or not) of the reservations, all in a simple and visual way. </p>
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