In terms of WordPress stuff, WeblogToolsCollection.com publishes a large amount of content over the course of a year. In this two part series, I’ll be highlighting some of the best content that will not only give you a glimpse of the progress made regarding WordPress but also remind you of some of the more important stories that took place during the year.
For me personally, 2010 has been a really tough year both financially and personally. Not only did I lose my future father father-in-law to prostate cancer, but my little endeavor to create a WordPress centric community site that helped me to pay the bills flopped. I’m hoping 2011 is much better than 2010 and for those of you that celebrate it, Happy New Years!.
WordPress Search Based DOS Attack
Anatomy Of A WordPress Release
WordPress 2.9.1 Final Released
Flattered Or Ripped Off?
The Merge Has Begun
A Simple Mistake Could Cause You Priceless Headaches
Preventing WordPress Plugins From Loading
What Was Your First Reaction on Using WordPress?
is_home(), is_archive() not Working? Here is a Fix
Do You Automatically Close Comments on Old Posts?
Watch Where You Download That
Making Site Wide Changes on Your WordPress Blog
Are You Spamming Comments Inadvertently?
Good Luck Lester Chan
Easily Add Multiple Content Columns
My Thoughts on Premium Plugins
Where Is The Line Drawn?
Should Plugin Authors Add Links To Your Site Without Giving An Option To Disable It?
How to Do ‘XYZ’ Without a WordPress Plugin
Should You Pay Up and Shut Up?
Footer Stuff Allows You To Seamlessly Add Content to Themes
Passing Parameters as Variables vs Passing Parameters as An Array
Bookmarklet to Quickly Access WordPress Admin Menu
Manage Comments From Your Windows or Linux Desktop
Segregating Comments and Trackbacks In Admin Panel?
Scaling WordPress Part 1: Using MySQL Replication and HyperDB
Moving Your WordPress Site and Database
iPad Peek – Peek at Your Blog on the iPad
How To improve basic security on a fresh WordPress install
Backing up your WordPress database with WP-DB-Backup
More plugins for securing your WordPress install
Adding Scripts Properly to WordPress Part 1 – wp_enqueue_script
Adding Scripts Properly to WordPress Part 3 – Page Detection
WordPress security monitoring and diagnosis
How to show ads to only search engine visitors using Who Sees Ads
Cleaning Up A WordPress Database After Plugins and Themes Are Uninstalled
WordPress 3.0 Walkthrough: Getting Started with Multisite
WordPress And Giving Credit
IDrive for WordPress Released
WordPress 3.0 “Thelonious” is out!
What Did You Like In WordPress 3.0?
Stay tuned for Part two on December 31st.