Let’s see if it works:
Yes it did! Back to using the best WordPress editor for iOS.
I thought this post from WordPress.com was worth highlighting here – take a look here if you think people who abuse the law should be made accountable.
I have had a really crowded day, demonstrating the Cloud computing on both iPads and Android tablets to clients, finishing a report about my research I have been carrying out for a client for the past few days and a couple of telephone support jobs. In between this I finished off the site for My Head’s a Bit Fuzzy podcast. So my photo is from my Mother’s garden.
It would have been better if it had had a podcast theme!
Go here for the podcast promo.
I am at The Bell at Coleby this morning – showing Lisa and Paul how to use WordPress on their iPhones to promote the pub and restaurant.
Below are some screen shoys of emails I have got from my WordPress site. These are the reasons you should install the Limit Login Attempts plugin by Johan Eenfeldt for your WordPress site.
I regularly get reports from all my WordPress sites telling me someone has been trying to log in – sorry break in – to my Admin Dashboards.
I would not run a WordPress site without installing this plugin – and next week we are going to check all our client sites to ensure they are running this plugin.
For full details about this WordPress plugin see here.
For a couple of years I have been linking my blog to my Facebook page using a plugin by Marcel Bokhorst but it stopped working eight days ago. I am not sure whether it was the fault of Facebook or the plugin but I could not get it to work again. So I have dumped it from my WordPress site and all of our client WordPress sites I look after and have started to use the Facebook link in the Jetpack plugin.
This break has meant that my “Photo a Day” images since the 6th of February have not appeared on Facebook – they are however still in my blog – here.
Here is one of the missing shots.