The week took off and we published an interview with Ian Ozsvald, a professional screencaster. And we have already mentioned about Michael Pick, light-bulb engineer at Automattic. And if you remember that we asked the question from him that what exactly he’s going to do at Automattic and it seems that now we can *watch* the answer on the web!

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It’s been long time since we published any interview and its been pleasure that I got to conduct an e-mail interview with one of the most respected WordPress Guru i.e. Jeff Chandler. For those, who don’t know Jeff, he’s one passionate WordPress user and a Pro-blogger. He is a freelance blogger and maintains various blogs ranging from Performancing and BloggerTalks. Apart from that he also maintains two podcasts; WordPress Weekly and PerfCast. I would like to thank Jeff for taking his valuable time and answering these questions for us -

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What a month last month has been for us! Blog design of WPHacks (formerly HackWordPress), Blog design for Techie-buzz and guess what you all helped us in winning the contest run by LunarPages and we thought that it will be just one of the nice way of saying thank you by starting a contest on our own and to give a free custom wordpress theme to the winner & lot more!

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We all know that using the <!–more –> (remove the space between e and -) tag, helps us in splitting the blog post, so that one can get post teasers on the home page. This helps in two things – 1) Increases Page views. 2) Keeps the length of the homepage short and thus avoids long scroll.

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Network Box, a security company has released a whitepaper or you can call it a small guide which tells you some of the common things one should do, in order to ensure that your blog doesn’t become one of the blog’s which got hacked. Once a blog gets hacked, it can be used to serve all sort of content and ultimately can harm the blog’s reputation.

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Donncha needs no introduction when it comes to his contribution in WordPress blogging software. He has been actively contributing in WordPress and is also responsible for creating the most wonderful plugin for WordPress i.e. WP Super Cache. I’ve even listed WP Super Cache in my list of must install plugins for WordPress and there is a fine reason for that and I thought that I should explain it to those who don’t really understand that why this plugin holds so much importance.

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