Building a Tourist Community Website With WordPress: Multilingual Contents and Translations

November 20, 2009

By Amir Helzer of ICanLocalize
With your help beginning in the first post on how to build a tourist community website with WordPress, I’ve been so honored by your collaboration and help to improve my community’s new tourist site, Baripedia, representing my town, Bariloche in Argentina.
With your guidance, you helped me determine which WordPress version


WordPress Themes: Start With a Solid Framework

November 20, 2009

Why I Created a WordPress Theme Framework by Justin Tadlock is a good look at the reasons why WordPress Theme designers and developers should work with a framework when designing a WordPress Theme. A strong Theme framework creates a solid canvas upon which to build your WordPress Themes.
If you are or considering building WordPress

Parent/Child Themes in WordPress: The Future of WordPress Themes

November 20, 2009

WordPress 2.7 now features parent/child WordPress Themes, a new feature that protects installed WordPress Themes while allowing customization. Customizations are storied in the “child” Theme, which loads first. If a Child Theme isn’t detected, WordPress loads the “parent” Theme.
If you do not intend on making any customization to your WordPress Theme on your WordPress blog,

WordPress Post Content Sandbox Content Updated

November 20, 2009

The thirteenth blog post published on Lorelle on WordPress was Designing a WordPress Theme – Building a Post Sandbox. This post continues to be useful to WordPress Theme developers and testers, so I’ve updated it and included an easier-to-use sandbox post text file.
When designing, testing, or tweaking a WordPress Theme, you need to pay attention

Web Design for God’s Audience: Learning from Church Web Development

November 20, 2009

Part of my joy in being an advocate for WordPress is showcasing how WordPress is used around the world. In a fascinating discussion with Darren Hoyt, Interviews with Church Designers looks at web design and WordPress blogs from a unique perspective: Christian churches, specifically American Christian churches.
Like me, Darren admits he didn’t understand the market

Monetize Your Wordpress Blog

November 20, 2009

If you are a WordPress user and want to monetize your blog than Lorelle’s excellent post, Monetizing WordPress Plugins, is a must read for you.

Monetizing WordPress plugins is a glimpse into WP plugins which can be used in making money from your blog. Lorelle grouped the plugins under the following titles:

  • Adding Adsense Ads to Your WordPress Blogs
  • WordPress Plugins
  • Other Advertising WordPress Plugins For Your WordPress Blog
  • Ad and Banner Rotator WordPress Plugins
  • Shopping Cart WordPress Plugins
  • PayPal Donations WordPress Plugins
  • Adding Ads to Feeds
  • Monitoring Other People’s Money


    I’m already using some of described plugins on my blogs and could not live without them. After reading Lorelle’s post I discovered some more great ones and I’m sure going to try them out in coming weeks.


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    November 20, 2009

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