FullTextRSSFeed: Easily Convert Partial Post Feeds into Full Post Feeds

FullTextRSSFeed: Easily Convert Partial Post Feeds into Full Post Feeds

As a blogger I prefer offering complete post via feeds because I know most of users who are subscribed to feeds via feed readers, they prefer reading it via Feed reader. Personally I prefer reading blog posts updates via my iPhone Feed reeder app and Windows feed demon app. Both of them offers lots of options and integrate with my Google reader account. I’m subscribed to hundred of interesting sites via feeds but many of them offers partial posts via feed and it’s quite annoying when I have to skip reading feeds from those blogs because of partial (3 comments)

How-to Add QR Codes to Your WordPress Blog

How-to Add QR Codes to Your WordPress Blog

A day will come when all you have to do to download/share a file with others is just scan it using your phone and voila!!  You're done. This is possible thanks to the very much expanding means of sharing files known as QR Codes. QR stands for Quick Response and is basically a 2/3-dimensional bar code that stores information of almost any kind. All you have to do to retrieve the data is scan it using your mobile device. <Image Credit> Here's a tutorial on how to add these QR codes on your blog. It's really very simple, it's just an addition of (11 comments)

JetPack Stats Error [You are not a member of this site.]

JetPack Stats Error [You are not a member of this site.]

Till now I have covered Jetpack plugin released, Jetpack glitch and jetpack sharing plugin Thesis theme issue. Now here is another issue which I have faced: After installing and activating the Jetpack plugin, everything seems to be working apart from WordPress.com stats plugin. It’s giving me following error: You are not a member of this site. If you have just installed the WordPress.com Stats plugin, this error probably appeared because the API key entered in the plugin belongs to a different WordPress.com user account. The owner of the API key (6 comments)

[WordPress Solution] Your Jetpack has a glitch

[WordPress Solution] Your Jetpack has a glitch

WordPress has just released a new plugin call Jetpack which will bring the power of WordPress.com into self hosted WordPress blog. Though I will get into details about this plugin after this post but for now, while I was trying to activate this plugin by connecting to my WordPress.com account, I got this error message: Your Jetpack has a glitch. Something went wrong that’s never supposed to happen. Guess you’re just lucky: xml_rpc-32601 Now if you happen to get stuck in situation like me, here is a simple solution to this problem. Disable your (11 comments)

Non Www version not Redirecting to Www version in WordPress [Solution]

Non Www version not Redirecting to Www version in WordPress [Solution]

We all know that WordPress is a SEO friendly Blogging platform . One thing which WordPress takes care of intelligently is by directing non www to Www version or vice versa, depending upon your settings under general tab. I have my settings set to direct non www version of site to Www & this happens automatically. (WordPress handles it). Now here is a bug which I have spotted couple of days back that after updating my blog to latest 3.1, non www version of site is not redirecting to Www version. This seems like a big issue when we consider (15 comments)