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Greg London on August 8th, 2009

This issue doesn’t pertain to every WordPress blog out there, but certain WordPress blogs will end up cutting off the right side of the WP Greet Box display due to the blog theme making the right side invisible or absolute. I got good news for you, there is a very simple remedy to solving this […]

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Greg London on August 2nd, 2009

I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love the Sociable WordPress plugin. It adds so much to my WordPress blogs by helping others spread the word about my various articles in their favorite social networks. The only issue I have with the plugin is that I think the line height spacing could be increased […]

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Greg London on August 1st, 2009

I once got caught in the hype that having your entire website being without tables and all css styling instructions being in a separate file would help the search engines crawl my site better. While having all your styling information in a separate style.css file does help your website’s overall code cleanliness and makes it […]

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