Best of WordPress Resources Tweeted on @MillionClues

WordPress Blue LinksIf you are a regular reader, you might know how much I love twitter. I am a heavy tweeter (tweet spammer) on @ArunBasilLal and shares resources related to WordPress, Blogging, SEO and Coding on @MillionClues.

Here is some stuff I found on twitter.

WordPress Resources you will love ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

How to Setup a WordPress Blog โ€“ Most of you wonโ€™t need this, but itโ€™s a great post complete with a video tutorial โ€“ Something which you can share with a newbie. If you havenโ€™t already, you will probably meet quite a lot of them on the way.

Creating a widget ready footer in WordPress โ€“ Footers are great promotional areas (I havenโ€™t made use of it yet). People who scan, scroll down to the end of the page and stops there โ€“ most people scan. Thatโ€™s exactly where your footer is ๐Ÿ˜‰

13 Tags to Delete from your WordPress Blog โ€“ Stuffs that you donโ€™t actually need on your Blog. Improves Security, Reduces server load and a hell lot of crap.

Installing WordPress locally in Windows Using Wamp Server โ€“ Wamp is an emulator that lets you run almost anything that you run on your server on your local machine. You can install WordPress, write posts, and try out plugins and everything offline. This tutorial will help you set things up. (It was the same author who introduced me to Wamp a long time back, than Q)

Reporter: Where do you get your inspiration from?

Though I often come across Link Servings, I got my inspiration to make such a list after reading Saturday Shouts on TheAnand. Oh yea! I do credit my sources of inspiration ๐Ÿ˜‰

To keep things light, I will do similar posts only once a month and each month would go on a different theme. For the big picture, follow @MillionClues.

Hello, I am Arun Basil Lal. Thank you for reading!

I am a WordPress product developer and creator of Image Attributes Pro. I am passionate about solving problems and travelling the world.

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  1. Amal Roy says:

    Thats some good stuff out there. Our last chat was very informative. Now i too started tweeting.

  2. Arun says:

    Hai Arun,
    Thanks for the Link Love.Highly Appreciated.
    Tweet spammer ? Hmm…

  3. Mr. I says:

    I am going to check out the Footer tutorial. Although I have learned it now, but I still want to see if it’s a good one. About 3 months ago, when I added footer, it took me whole one month to learn because all the(high ranking, keyword stuffed) articles did nothing!

    Wait! I think you should double check the link and site. I tried to open the site and Avast Anti Virus says it may be harmful for PC!

  4. When did you create @MillionClues ? ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. Nihar says:

    great links…

    I think you checked something similar on my blog. remember Friday Link Party?

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