WordPress Test in Smarterer ‒ I’m having a good time answering WordPress test in Smarterer. On my first try I got 730+, gosh I don’t even remember my exact score! It’s on the ‘Expert’ level, but I’m not convinced. I’m no expert okay, maybe the questions were easier then that’s why I got that score. Just today, I saw there are added questions so I answered it and oh my! it’s so difficult, very very difficult. Nosebleed ito! With the blue line showing how many seconds left, I’m like, oh please give me more time to think. Now, my score is down to 684, still in the ‘Proficient’ level. Will be back again and see if there are newer questions. I won’t be surprised if I get score below 450. But what the heck, I don’t care! I just love answering this test on WordPress. How about you, have you taken any of the Smarterer tests?
Stop SOPA Ribbon Plugin for WordPress ‒ American Congress is about to pass the SOPA or Stop Online Piracy Act. I’m not in the US but am against internet censorship. Let us support our American friends and help stop American Censorship by adding a black Stop SOPA ribbon on your site. It can be easily done with the Stop SOPA Ribbon plugin for WordPress. I just did, as you can see on the right corner of this site. Will you? 🙂
Humongous Premium WordPress Themes Competition ‒ WPShout is hosting a Humongous Premium Themes Competition. You’ll have a chance to win 1 of 30 Premium Themes. To enter the competition, you just have to be subscribed to the WPShout Newsletter until Monday, November 14. Winners will be chosen by random and will be notified through the newsletter.
WPshout is one of my favorite blogs about WordPress, I’ve learned a lot from it. The founder, Alex Denning is also very friendly. I’ve asked him several questions before and he’s so accommodating. He’s a 17 year old multi-talented WordPress Geek from United Kingdom. He’s half my age! 🙂
Who knows, I’ll also be lucky this time. 🙂
So what are you waiting for? Subscribe to WPShout Newsletter not later than November 14, 2011 to be eligible for the competition.
QuickLogin Plugin For WordPress ‒ This is interesting! QuickLogin Plugin For WordPress by Daniel Jalkut of Red Sweater Software will add keyboard shortcut so you can login to your account just by pressing the escape (ESC) key. You can also set another keystroke if you want. Cool isn’t it? No need to type the URL to your login screen. No need to put the login link in your footer or sidebar especially if you’re the only one logging in. 🙂