The Markdown language is a written language created to help writers write more efficiently, specifically on the internet. I think it’s great. It’s what I use for all my notes, on GitHub, writing these blog posts and others. It’s simple (sort of) and rather efficient once you get used to it. Here’s why I believe
This is a rather nerdy post, so bear with me here. Many of us use WordPress for our websites, which for the most part is great. Though nobody wants to get to the office one day to find their website in complete disarray, disfigured or hacked. The reality all of those are real possibilities and
Jetpack for WordPress is a nifty collection of plugins which helps bring some of Wordpress.com functionality to your self-hosted blog, the problem is that its Sharedaddy module doesn’t include Google+ … which really sucks. So here’s how to properly and correctly add the Google+1 button to your Sharedaddy module of Jetpack AND make it fit properly
Are you bored of your old Wordpress admin layout? Yeah, so was I. It’s bland and every single Wordpress Admin area looks exactly the same. So boring it hurts my eyes!
Fear not, there are several solution. There are only two that really stand out though. The rest are, from what I can tell, kinda sorta just … “meh”. Nothing to special (sorry other guys, but your admin themes really didn’t seem that interesting nor good).
First up are the two best of the best Wordpress Admin Theme styles. Though technically one isn’t even a theme! WOOT!
I am a big fan of the Disqus comment system. I even had it installed for a while! I love practically everything about it.
It has a great anti-spam feature. Probably the best around, even better than Akismet! It looks beautiful and it’s extremely functional for commenters. Barely any setup on your part either! It really is that cool.
But … even though I can give it a 9/10 awesome rating in just about every area I still had to uninstall and remove it. Here’s why.