Greetings and Salutations!
First of all, I like it for the following reasons:
These are the changes that I have implemented:
Are you still reading this?
Okay! Then, you probably know something about blogging and WordPress template programs, and are not too upset of this deviation from Pet Lover articles. For that reason, I thought I would post a few things that may be of interest to you, if you blog and if you use WordPress.
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I use WS_FTP_le as my preferred ftp program, and edit all of my files with Notepad. In my individual theme folder, in this case, c:\petlvr.com\blog\wp-content\themes\gila … before I make many general modifications to the .php templates (like I did yesterday and today … I create a new folder and copy all of the themed template files from the ‘net into these backups before I make changes, in case I have to revert back to the original version that worked. They would look like …
If you are using blogger.com, where there really is only one template – on google’s server .. there is no backup function as of yet. But, you can click on the “Template” button and then hilite the entire text of your template and copy / paste into a new .txt file on your desktop. Before I switched blogs from blogspot to my own servers, I maintained a grandfather system of 3 backups of templates before I would add stuff in the sidebar, etc. etc … You can see for yourself why that was important, by viewing source at http://PetLvr.blogspot.com .
Every friday I use the Backup/Restore plug-in and make a backup of the MySqul database, and of the WordPress files. I have no clue if it’s really backing up things, but they are huge files! My last backup of the MySql database was about 3 MB in size, and the size of the WordPress files was about 85 MB in size! The plug-in creates the files in the ..\wp-content\backup folder and then I copy it to my hard drive and delete these big files from the internet. Once a month I have been doing permanent backups to CD-RW disks but, I will probably make that more frequent as my computer gets older.
Read this all about adding a “rightclick.php” to your root blog directory. I use Internet Explorer, and I had to add something to the registry of my winXP .. but, if I am surfing pages either independently or through my Bloglines.com feeds, I just right-click my mouse and the title and links pops up in a new window. I then save it perhaps after including the text material. It makes it a whole lot easier, as when I read my bloglines, I just pile up a bunch of articles at once, and post them over a few days.
If you are using blogger.com – you can download the Google toolbar, and go into “options” and make sure that you tick “Blog This!” .. then, you can just click the “Blog This!” link on the toolbar and the same thing can happen and speed up posts for you.
Well .. that’s about it for my wordpress blog tips and issues – You may now resume back to your regularly scheduled PetLvr.com programming! 😀
I would just like to take this added opportunity to remind people of the 3 links at the top of the page, for the PetLvr Corner, PetLvr E-Cards and the PetLvr Photo Gallery.
I have also updated the “ABOUT THIS BLOG” page and our continued need for contributors of content and the “BLOGGERS WANTED” pages, where the links are in the top of the Left Sidebar.