This plugin adds XHTML META tags to your WordPress blog. Its design is based on the assumption that the WordPress categories are used as tags, so it requires no user configuration in order to work. On the other hand, the latest versions include all those features a SEO-concerned publisher would need in order to have total control over those meta tags.
This plugin adds XHTML META tags to your WordPress blog. The addition of the META tags is fully automatic, but it also includes all those features a SEO-concerned publisher would need in order to have total control over those meta tags.
This is the homepage of the Bot-Allow-Content plugin for WordPress, which lets user defined bots to index the full content through RSS and Atom feeds that normally serve only summaries. Please note that this plugin is discontinued and will not be developed any further.
I am proud to announce that this web site is based on the latest stable version of WordPress. Go grab it from the official download page, while it’s still hot! The administration panel has been revised and, as the developers say, it contains many modifications in the code structure so that plugin writers or code…
This article describes how to quickly convert the default Atom 0.3 that WordPress v1.5.2 produces to the Atom 1.0 Specification. It also provides some brief info about enhancing the Atom feed with RSS extension modules.
Gnome-blog-poster works, but there seems to be a bug (or a feature ;-)?): If I select “Self-Run WordPress” as a Blog-Type it always appends “wordpress/xmlrpc.php” at the end of the XML-RPC URL resulting in an error message about the URL being wrong.