How to: Display your latest Twitter-like “time ago” on your WordPress blog

This small code snippet will help you to display the time ago for WordPress post if your post was published less than 24 hours ago. You can find some code published on other blogs that used for displaying the time different from now to the time when the post published like: “minutes ago“, “hours ago“, “days ago“… This code will display only when the different time is less than 24 hours.
Twitter have a really cool built-in function that display time from now, like “3 days ago” or “more than a month ago”. Doing so with WordPress is not hard using some PHP. Here is a function to do so.
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Top 60 incredibly useful WordPress Resources

Top 60 incredibly useful  WordPress Resources need a homepage that’s professional, uncluttered and has a clear emphasis on providing key information .WordPress is one of the most popular blogging tools online. If you run your website using WordPress you will be able to benefit from plugins, addons and all sorts of free resources. We round up the best WordPress Resources on the web arranged by category.
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Blog Comment Policy – How to Write a Blog Comment Policy

Have you seen those dreadful quite blogs? It is lacking Comments from users. Yes, comments make a blog so lively and hence becomes an important aspect for the success of a blog. It is the conversation within the blog posts that engages readers. However, some commentators can make nasty comments or worse, some users post spammy comments with spammy links. That’s why it’s very important to have a strict blog comment policy in place, so that site readers/visitors know what is acceptable or not acceptable when commenting in your blog.

Following is an  example of a very commonly used blog comment policy that can be used within your blog. Read  each sample thoroughly and you can make appropriate changes that makes sense to your blog. Also if you take legal matters seriously, then you may want to consult your attorney who can review your blog comment policy.
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20 Best WordPress Typography Plugins To Enhance Readability

wordpress typography plugin

WordPress has pretty decent typography features in the core installation. But there are plenty of areas ripe for improvement. That’s where the plugins below come in.Whether you just want more control over how the basic text on your site shows up or you want to do something a bit more advanced, there’s surely a plugin available to help. There are plugins to better handle things like hyphens and long URLS, plugins to replace text with images (whether in headlines or to avoid censorship), and plugins to let you add print-centric elements, like drop caps and pull quotes, to your posts.
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“Pinning” of blogs in IE9

Recently in blog it was stated that users of the IE 9 Beta  should be able to “pin” blogs to their Windows taskbar. When a blog is “pinned” to the taskbar, it enables users to quickly launch the blog as well provide them with easy access to common tasks (E.g: Writing posts, moderating comments etc). How is done? The user first signs in to and then does a drag-and-drop of the browser tab into the taskbar. You can also pin blogs belonging to other users to the taskbar in a similar fashion.

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How To Install WordPress Using Fantastico

Fantastico is an amazing cPanel/PHP based Web application. It integrates with cPanel and gives you the ability to automatically install popular Open Source Applications.

After logged into your cPanel, just look for a blue smiley face. After clicking on it follow the steps below:

  1. From Fantastico navigation menu click on “WordPress”.
  2. In the next widow click New Installation. This will take you to the next step:
  3. In this step you will be asked to provide information needed to install your WordPress.
    a) Install on domain: Choose the domain on which you want to install WordPress
    b) Install in Directory: Leave this blank if you want WordPress to be installed in the root of the domain. For example, when you leave it blank, you will access WordPress at . If you want to specify a different directory, type it into this field. For example if you type in “blog”, the url will then be .
    c) Choose the admin username and password to access your WordPress admin.
    d) Admin nickname: The name you want to display for the admin account.
    e) Admin e-mail: The email address of the admin
    f)  Site name: What you want to name your blog
    g) Description: What your site is about.
    i)  Finally, for the email configuration, this will be an email address that you’ve set up.
  4. After clicking the “Install WordPress” button you will be brought to a review page:
    Click “Finish Installation” to complete your WordPress installation.
  5. After you click “Finish Installation” button, you will be taken to a confirmation page where you can specify an email address to which the details of your new installation will be sent.

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