I leave a comment each time I like a post on a site or I have something to valuable to
contribute to the conversation. It is triggered by the passion communicated in the article I read.
And after this post WordPress SEO: The Only Guide You Need.
I was excited enough to create a thought I actually do
have 2 questions for you if you don’t mind. Is it only me or does it give the impression like some of the remarks come across like left by
brain dead individuals? 😛 And, if you are posting at additional
online sites, I’d like to keep up with everything fresh you have to post.
Would you make a list every one of all your shared sites like
your Facebook page, twitter feed, or linkedin profile?
Of course, the Thesis documentation is absolutely rock solid, and has gotten a big boost recently with the addition of Derek Halpern to the Thesis team as well as the talents of a certain girlie . You’ll find detailed documentation for every Thesis hook and filter along with a growing list of specific how-to’s based around commonly used design elements. Again, being around for two years longer is a big advantage when it comes to things like documentation, but you definitely have to be impressed by the docs that Thesis offers.
== Changelog ==
* We’re back! The development of this plugin has been resumed. I’m working on adding new features and supporting existing bug and pending requests. Thank you for all your kind support!
* Optimizations have been applied throughout the source code, to improve performance. Class declarations are now standardized and functions are easier to read and manage.
* Add new experimental geolocation widget to greet your visitors with the name of the city they’re connecting from. This is very much work in progress, and your feedback on how to improve it, is more than welcome. You can find the widget under Appearance > Widgets.
* We had to skip a few version numbers because of a mistake in numbering our previous release: PHP evaluates as , so in order to release an update, we had to start from