I’m using the Theme Vibes Teknophobia theme (link at the bottom). There are a couple of bugs in the paths for the logo.jpg and icon_feeds.gif for the feeds. This is a pretty simple fix. If you go into your wordpress folder then dive down into /wp-content/themes/tv-teknophobia-10/ folder you’ll find a header.php file. Open that up with Wordpad or Notepad and do a find on icon_feeds.gif and replace the path before it with /wordpress/wp-content/themes/tv-teknophobia-10/images/ Do the same for logo.jpg and you should be all set.
I’m sure there are tons of articles on how to drum up traffic for your blog, but I think I’ll start with the basics before I go out looking for the same tips that everyone else is using. So here is my grand plan, a simple two step process:
1. Submit blog to search engines
2. Write useful content to show up on the search engines
Can this work? I guess I better try being useful, so here are the free Google and Yahoo! submission pages. Tada! Usefulness!
I picked up something else useful, you can easily direct search engine bots (spiders) to stay out of certain areas of your webspace. All you have to do is set up a robots.txt file with the correct format. More info on robots and the formatting info is available at RobotsText.Org
After trying DotNetNuke and Community Server I am VERY happy with my decision to switch to Linux Hosting and use WordPress. For anyone considering starting a blog I will highly recommend it. I’ve added the stats plug in and it couldn’t have been easier. Just a quick download from the WordPress plugin library, unzip, and upload into the plugin directory. Now I’ve just got to get some traffic to count!
This is a test post from , a fancy photo sharing thing.
Welcome to the KnightKnetwork! In the interest of having something new to play with I decided I wanted to have some web real-estate of my very own. For an extra challenge I thought I would see if I could make the space pay for itself, so we’ll see how that goes. Over the course of my blogging I plan on building a series of “toolkits”. If a site or product I write about is the best tool for a job I’ll add it to an appropriate toolkit(s). Over time this site should become a helpful reference for anyone looking to start a project on variety of different subjects.