Monthly Archive for January, 2010

Move your WordPress blog to new domain without traffic and backlinks loss

WordpressMoving your WordPress blog can be very frustrating and can bring you a real headache. You have put a lot of effort in creating your website content and you want to take it with you to a new home. Of course you want to keep all backlinks and link structure untouched. But be warned that any mistake can bring you very serious trouble as you may loose your traffic and/or search engine positions. If you have decided for such move you need do it well. In this post I will do all my best to help you with your move.

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How to jump into freelancing? Get your first job!

FreelancerIt is always the hardest at the beginning. Especially when you have no portfolio that you can show and no real world contacts that my help you to be promoted. No one really cares that your are good in this what are you doing and that you have awesome knowledge on subject.

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Working with SVN – how to start?

svnSo you need to use subversion and you have no idea where to start? I will try to help you by providing you a basic knowledge with some examples. In this post you will learn how to get SVN repository from server to your local machine, make changes and send it back to the server.
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Booking Calendar Lite 1.2 released!

Calendar demo

This post is to inform you about update of “Booking Calendar Lite“. New release is whole about bug fixes and optimization and it does not provide any new features. But it is still recommended to upgrade your current installation to improve reliability and performance.

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Subscribers Text Counter – New WordPress Plugin

I would like to announce that my new WordPress plugin is available to download. It is “Subscribers Text Counter”. This plugin creates very easy to customize “Feedburner rss subscribers” and “twitter followers” text counters. You may see sample widget created with this plugin on top of my right sidebar.

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