Category: Wordpress Help

Backup daily WordPress Drupal Script

If you use Drupal or WordPress and you have a virtual Server with SSH Login you should set up a daily Backup Script to have a Snapshot of your Blogs if Hackers insert SQL Code Injections or hack PHP Sites. Cause you cant NEVER know every EXPLOIT of every used Plugin (here less plugins is more!) Of course you can daily or hourly RESTORE AUTOMATIC by CRON your Blogs by OVERWRITE bad inserted STUFF! Howto? Article comming soon !!  .. sorry have current not enough time..   or read my Wiki for MYSQL and WordPress Help! Daily or hourly restored […]

Google Webmaster Tools Twitter

Last Time i tried  to integrate a Twitter Timeline into my blog but i found out that this ranked down my blog on Google Webmaster Tools cause Twitter sub connected Servers blocking Google Webmaster Bot from reading the timeline by own robots.txt so i stopped using Twitter Integration to fix.  No Webmaster want show non indexed Informations  and went back to the time of  stones.. Twitter fails..

WordPress: Useful Keyboard Shortcuts Editor

If you use WordPress you can speed up your blogging by using the WordPress Shortcuts: Visual Editor: Basics: Ctrl + b = Bold Ctrl + i = Italic Ctrl + c = Copy Ctrl + v = Paste Ctrl + x = Cut Ctrl + a = Select All Ctrl + z = Undo Ctrl + y = Redo Ctrl + [number] = Insert heading sizes, e.g. CTRL+1 = <h1>, CTRL+2 = <h2> Advanced: Alt + Shift + n = Check Spelling Alt + Shift + l = Align Left Alt + Shift + j = Justify Text Alt + […]

WordPress: Enable Distraction Write Mode Editor

If you use WordPress, you perhaps switched off some features long time ago, once i missed was the Editor Fullscreen Mode where the Posting Paper only was shown. To enable it again: Login as User with Editor Rights Enter on Browser Fullscreen (Firefox = F11) Open with the Mouse the “Screen Options” Menu on the top right There you find the switch to select on. Now a “Cross Button” appear on the tools bar See on the right site the “Cross Distraction Button”, click to cleanup the Editor.  The WordPress Borders are hidden.