I'm disappointed with SmugMug over their continued lack of support for proper export and maintenance of photographs directly from Lightroom. Back in July, I wrote about the Flickr Publish Service in Lightroom, and wondered when SmugMug would introduce their own. What I was really looking for (and I said this in the post) was a … Continue reading SmugMug, are you listening?
On July 28, 2008, I installed the WP-PostRatings plugin on my blog, and since then, watching what and when people rate has been an interesting experience. If you haven't yet enabled ratings on your website, it might be a worthwhile effort to do so, because you'll get another sort of feedback about your content beside … Continue reading A tally of my post ratings
Installed and used the SimplePie RSS plugin for WP on my regular site at raoulpop.com. Its name is somewhat of a misnomer. It's neither simple, nor "easy as pie" to begin with. Sure, after you check the documentation carefully, a light goes on in your head and you realize how to use it, but there's … Continue reading Installed and used the SimplePie RSS plugin
For over a month now, I have been unable to rely on the official WordPress Stats plugin. (I say official because the folks that made WordPress also made this plugin.) It, all of a sudden, started assigning all site visits to the same article, so that all of my stats became completely skewed. Let me … Continue reading WordPress Stats plugin has gone cuckoo
PictureSurf is a new WordPress plugin that launches today (February 10, 2009). It aims to make it easier for bloggers to upload galleries to their WordPress sites. I spoke with PictureSurf's founder, Alan Rutledge, via chat this morning, and I wanted to find out what makes his plugin different from the standard WordPress functionality. You … Continue reading PictureSurf, a new gallery plugin for WordPress
If you happen to browse my site via a mobile device like an iPhone or another web-enabled smartphone, you will automatically see an optimized version of the site that downloads and navigates a lot faster than the regular version on your mobile device. This was made possible by the folks at MobilePress, who've put together … Continue reading Mobile version of site now available
Background info As midnight approached this past New Year's Eve, I was busy working on a long-term project. I was about to move all of my content (every article and post I'd written) from comeacross.info to raoulpop.com. There were many reasons for this, but consolidation was the most readily apparent. As detailed on my About … Continue reading How I moved all my content from comeacross.info to raoulpop.com