Archive for November 19th, 2009

I recently downloaded and installed the WordPress iPhone application for an easier way to manage blogs from my iPhone. The application provides a really nice interface to manage WordPress blog comments, posts, and pages. The first blog I configured without issue however the second blog would not let me connect providing an error stating XML-RPC services were disabled on the WordPress blog. This is a really easy error to resolve and the details are posted in the error message that appears on your iPhone. Below are instructions and images related to correcting the error message displayed.

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Livestream is a web-based stream video service. I use it because it allows you to broadcast both your computer screen and camera video at the same time in a picture in picture format. You can also switch between the screen and camera during the middle of the video webcast.

Delete a on-demand video from Livestream

When you log into a channel, you have the option to view a video live or view on-demand videos (which are previously recorded videos). Deleting an on-demand video on LiveStream is not obvious. The trick is to go to My Account> Studio> Video On-Demand when you are logged into http://www.livestream.com. From there, go to the Public Video On-demand Library on the right and click the X to delete the video.

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 I have been using the Google XML Sitemaps plugin for WordPress for a long time and couldn’t be happier with the results. Not only is the plugin easy to install, easy to configure, but I believe it generates results that would be difficult to achieve without the plugin. I was installing this plugin on a new site this evening and during the process of configuring a Yahoo Application ID I remembered that I had been receiving an error on another site with the Yahoo Application ID so I decided to look into it.

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