This is a short and informative article on how to preemptively remove potentially harmful links in the standard comment form. To some it may sound a bit far fetched to take this sort of measure but in reality WordPress blogs are prime targets for hackers.
This is a relatively new blog on social media by Jordan Latour that I really can recommend.
“By default, WordPress’s emails are pretty ugly. No logo, header, or footer or any styling at all really.
Wouldn’t it be nice to add your own branding to it? Make it look like an email someone actually wants to read — instead of looking like a dog’s breakfast of text. Not only that, but you want to make it easy for everyone that reads email on their mobiles, not to have to zoom in and scroll both horizontal and vertical to read!”
This article covers the basics of the WordPress email module and how to use a plugin that enables custom html email templates. Read the whole article here.
Amazon (s AMZN) is now allowing publishers to add “Send to Kindle” buttons to their websites and WordPress blogs, the company announced on the Kindle blog Tuesday. It can be integrated into WordPress blogs as well. The Washington Post, Time magazine and the blog Boing Boing are already using the button.
Amazon presents “Send to Kindle” as an alternative to read-it-later services like Pocket and Instapaper:
“The Send to Kindle Button lets you easily send that content to your Kindle to read later, at your convenience. Just send once and read everywhere on any of your Kindle devices or free Kindle reading apps for iPhone, iPad and Android phones or tablets. No more hunting around for that website or blog that caught your eye — just open your Kindle and all the content you sent is right there. The Send to Kindle Button is also great for those…
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