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Printing Code 39 in Font Figure 3-7. The Writing Settings screen

Figure 3-7. The Writing Settings screen
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If you prefer to compose your posts in a desktop client, or if you plan to blog from your phone, you ll need to enable either the Atom or the XML-RPC protocol. Your client should let you know which one to use. If you don t plan to post remotely, you should leave these protocols disabled; occasionally, hackers discover vulnerabilities in them. While security updates are always released quickly when this happens, it s no fun to realize that you ve left yourself open to attack for the sake of a feature you never use! Popular desktop clients include MarsEdit and the BlogMate plugin for TextMate on the Mac, and BlogDesk, Windows Live Writer, and Word 2007 for Windows. Desktop clients allow you to write while offline and post when you are connected to the internet. Before autosaving and spell checking were available in the WordPress edit screens, desktop clients were essential for many bloggers. Posting by e-mail is possible, but somewhat limited. HTML tags will be stripped from e-mail messages. Attachments are not converted to media uploads, but are instead included as raw data. The post will be assigned to the default category specified in this section, if different from the usual default category, unless your e-mail subject begins with [n], where n is the ID of another category. In addition to filling in the e-mail account details listed on this screen, you ll also need to set up a way for WordPress to check that mailbox periodically. You can use cron, the WP-Cron plugin, Procmail, or .qmail. Check http://codex.wordpress.org/Post_to_your_blog_using_email for detailed instructions.
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There are a number of ping services that aggregate information about recently updated blogs. In other words, they let people know that you ve posted something new. WordPress uses the XML-RPC protocol to ping these sites every time you publish a post. If you ve just installed WordPress, you ll see one service listed here, Ping-o-matic. It s a central site that feeds into lots of other services. If you want to go beyond Ping-o-matic, take a look at the list of ping services maintained by Vladimir Prelovac at www.prelovac.com/vladimir/wordpress-ping-list. If you use Feedburner, you can also add their Pingshot service to your list.
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The Reading settings (Figure 3-8) determine how your posts appear to your visitors. This is where you can determine whether your site works like a blog, with the most recent posts on the home page, or displays something else. (There are more advanced ways of doing this, which I ll cover in 8.) If you select a page as your home page, you ll have the option to display your blog posts on another page. Anything you ve entered into the body of that page will not be shown; instead, it will be replaced with your most recent posts. The next setting, Blog pages show at most, determines how many posts per page appear on the blog home page, archive pages, and search results. You can choose a different number of posts to appear in your Atom and RSS feeds, if you wish. If you want to make your feed subscribers click through to your site to read your complete posts, you may choose to show them only a summary of each post. Keep in mind, however, that the feed summaries strip the HTML formatting from your posts, including things like lists and images. If your unformatted posts wouldn t make sense, consider leaving this setting on Full text.
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Figure 3-8. The Reading Settings screen
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The Discussion settings (Figure 3-9) allow you to control how your site handles comments and trackbacks: whether comments and/or trackbacks are allowed, how they re moderated, who s allowed to comment, how you get notified of new comments, and whether commenters avatars are displayed. This is a dense screen with a lot of settings. I ll go through each section in detail.
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