Ilene clued me in to the joys of Post Options in Blogger. Just click on the blue Post Options link in the lower left portion of your Blogger post window and you can either allow or disallow comments (which I don’t care about) or … change the date and time of your post. The ability … Continue reading Cool Blogger trick: "Post Options"
In an effort to have just a little more control over what I write, on which of the many PCs I use I write it, and where I post it (i.e. to one or more of the blogs and other sites to which I’m spreading the news), I started to use Google Docs again. The … Continue reading I’ve been using Google Docs
I don’t know the first thing about making a WordPress blog look as good as All About Ubuntu, but I’d sure like to learn. The RSS feeds and tag cloud on the side I could probably do. The theme Digg 3 looks good enough that I just might use it here. I don’t know how … Continue reading A great-looking Ubuntu WordPress blog
The ability to import posts and comments from other blogs is what sets WordPress apart from Blogger But does it get images, too? The ability to bring in all my old Blogger posts … and maybe my Movable Type ones, too, would be huge. I’ll check into the images situation. You can also export a … Continue reading WordPress’ killer app
That’s a way to make money. I don’t anticipate uploading anything beyond JPEGs. So how many images is that? Let’s say the average image is 50 KB. Ten such images would total 500 K, 100 would be 5 MB, and 1,000 would be 50 MB. But not all images are that big (although some might … Continue reading WordPress charges for uploads beyond 50 MB
I’ve only been doing this for a few hours. It’s too early to tell. One thing that attracted me to WordPress was the built-in statistics. Not that counting up traffic is what this is all about, because it isn’t. Right out of the box, I’m not super-impressed by the pre-canned blog “themes” in WordPress. I … Continue reading WordPress vs. Blogger
But Blogger Beta will play with Internet Explorer 5 for Mac. And as I wrote previously, since you can’t code HTML automatically as you can with IE 6 and Firefox, It’s almost as easy to send e-mail posts. One thing you can do, even in IE 5, is select and create post labels. Does it … Continue reading The pages might not have loaded as quickly …