WordPress Website Project

Yes, it might sound like an insult, but it’s really an invitation. Have you Googled your name lately to see who your Internet doppelgangers are? My favorite item that comes up is “[your name] arrested!” I’m not sure what that one’s about, but I think it’s like most reality TV shows and probably ought to […]

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 Ahem . . . .  It has come to my attention that some of you may be a little too eager to run through all Matt Willson’s videos on Vimeo and then say, “OK guys . . .  where’s the rest of it?” “I want it now!”   Patience, grasshopper, this is not the Pitbull and […]

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This is a response to the comment last week by Jason about Bluehost, the WordPress recommended hosting site. His comment, to Want a Website for $200 or Less? Follow Solo in Colo’s WordPress Website Project, was: Great project. When you get to your “hosting” section, could you address the copyright protection of content? Specifically, below is […]

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Matt and I gave a video overview of the “big picture” of the WordPress Website Project last week, so I will be supplying the written running commentary, including the “best practices” for writing a blog.  First off, I want to address a couple concerns I came across when I posted questions to folks on the […]

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