How To Add Categories To Your Sidebar Using Widgets: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s 101.

You can add Categories to the sidebar (or any other widgetized area of WordPress) via, “Widgets.” You can get to Widgets via the WordPress dashboard and just about every page within the dashboard. Continue reading “How To Add Categories To Your Sidebar Using Widgets: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s 101.”

How To Make Categories: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s 101.

To create a category in WordPress: Log into your WordPress Install; and click categories, right from the main screen. “then,” once you’re taken to the categories area you will see a place to enter the category title, slug, and description. Continue reading “How To Make Categories: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s 101.”

No Longer Free Is Making Akismet Hardly Worth It To Me: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.

On Friday, October 14, 2016 I reactivated comments across the board on this site. I had disabled them for a few months due to Comment Spam and a bit of stalking from one cranky assed bitch of a business owner from Stanhope NJ. However, after waking from a dream in which I was reactivating the comments on this site I figured that was my cue to do it in reality. So, “I did,” and so far so good. Continue reading “No Longer Free Is Making Akismet Hardly Worth It To Me: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”

Best SEO In WordPress Is Out Of The Box: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.

Sometimes as I watch my server records I swear that the good folks at Google are laughing at us all. We want to know how they index things. They don’t want us to fill their directories with spam. Better still; they would prefer we pay them for inclusion in their directories. Continue reading “Best SEO In WordPress Is Out Of The Box: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”

A Search Engine Optimization WordPress Plugin Advisory: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.

You’ve probably found by now that there are a bunch of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) techniques out there in general. Everyone’s got some piece of software/plugin that’s going to get you in the top ten, or has a procedure “for a fee” that is guaranteed to work. “Hell!” Whole books have been written on the topic of SEO because it really is a money spinner; convincing the average sucker to pull out their credit card, while in a desperate fever induced haze of Snake Oil Seduction. Continue reading “A Search Engine Optimization WordPress Plugin Advisory: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”

You Don’t Need A Microsoft Word WordPress Plugin: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.

If you are pasting documents from Microsoft Word into the WordPress Editor and are having trouble with unwanted formatting being transferred from Word to WordPress; using a WordPress plugin to solve your problem is far from necessary and overkill. This is because the problem is easily resolved by simply insuring that you’ve selected “Only” the text in Microsoft Word up to the very last character and, “Not beyond.” Continue reading “You Don’t Need A Microsoft Word WordPress Plugin: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”

When Pasting Word Documents into WordPress Or Just Writing: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.

As of Tuesday, May 24, 2016; I’ve discovered that the Visual Editor in WordPress 4.5.2 is actually a lot better since I last tried it out, which was when WordPress 2.7 was in play. Unlike in WordPress 2.7; JAWS For Windows actually plays nice and lets me get some work done without a fuss. So, between Word and WordPress I think it will be great going forward; the easiest way for me to code my posts the way I like, “Efficiently.” Continue reading “When Pasting Word Documents into WordPress Or Just Writing: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”

File These WordPress Setup Configuration Points In Your Mind: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.

When it comes to setting up WordPress these days, even on the servers of the best web host providers, there’s really not much for you to have to know. This is because companies like EarthLink, HostGator, BlueHost and others have things configured on their end so a webhost subscriber like you can basically point and click to set up WordPress on your account; using pretty much whichever directory you want. Continue reading “File These WordPress Setup Configuration Points In Your Mind: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”

Deborah Perugi’s Question About WordPress And JAWS For Windows: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.

On Thursday, February 12, 2015 at 6:49 PM I had received an email from one Deborah Perugi asking about JAWS and WordPress. Apparently she came across an older Post I had written about JAWS and WordPress; apparently not getting enough information out of it to do what she needed to do. Well… These things do happen. But hopefully now Deborah and everyone else concerned about JAWS For Windows Functionality will have something they can refer back to as needed, even today. Continue reading “Deborah Perugi’s Question About WordPress And JAWS For Windows: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”