I started reading this book yesterday. Interestingly, the title of chapter two is “Who, What, Where, Why, When and How (Much)”. These are famously known as “Five Ws” (and one H) and were memorialized by Rudyard Kipling in a poem accompanying the tale of “The Elephant’s Child” which opens with: I keep six honest serving-men:… Continue reading Who, What, Where, Why, When and How (Much) ?
just joined Twitter This blog has been added to FeedBurner so now you can Subscribe to this blog by Email or Subscribe in a feed reader of your choice uploaded few pictures on my flickr stream This blog just crossed 2000+ visits which was 1000+ just a few days back 🙂 Thats all for now,… Continue reading updates..
While surfing today, I happen to visit Chetan Bhagat’s Website. Yeah, you guessed it right, he is the famous author of two bestsellers “Five point someone – What not to do at IIT!” and “One night @ call Center – The story of the night there was a phone call..from God“. I have read them… Continue reading The 3 mistakes of my life – Chetan Bhagat
bbPress is forum software with a twist from the creators of WordPress. I had to do bbPress and WordPress integration and was looking for quick steps or quick tips but at the end when I started with the install, I was surprised to note that I didnot actually need any help to install and integrate… Continue reading bbPress 0.9 and WordPress Integration
A Cartooning Experiment….cool cartoons, I must say!
In continuation to my previous post, here are the Top 10 plugins you may need [depending on the requirements] to customize wordpress into a full fledged CMS website. Essential Search Everything – By default, WordPress search is limited to only posts, with this plugin, pages as well as posts both will be searchable. Google Sitemap… Continue reading Top 10 plugins to use wordpress as a cms
Now a days, many are using wordpress as a blog and are quite familiar with it, this is the first reason for choosing WordPress as a CMS as well. It has “Pages” which makes it easy to create static pages and assemble them on a main navigation menu similar to normal websites. The “posts” can… Continue reading Top 5 reasons for using wordpress as CMS