You can get a new tweet button after each post, just like “like button”. This will enable easy sharing of posts among readers.
Go to Appearance > Extra and enable the option for Tweet Button. 😀
BloGTK is an application for blogging. We can use it for posting new articles, instead of browser. It has everything offered by word press editor. Install the software first.
DEB family type “apt-get install blogtk” and RPM group type “yum install blogtk” as root in the terminal. After installing, select it from Application/Internet/BloGTK Webblog Client. If it is not starting, take terminal. Type blogtk to start it. It might show an error like “no module named gtkhtml2”. Then you should install python-gtkhtml2. If apt-get or yum fails to find such a package, you can get it here, python-gtkhtml2. Select appropriate package from the liked site and double-click to install. If installed correctly, blogtk would run.
The settings are, go to Edit/Account and Settings and set
Server URL : http://you.wordpress.com/xmlrpc.php
Username : username
Password : password
Blogging System: Movable type
Press OK and select Connect in File.
Now you are ready to post. Select the desired Blog and Category to start writing new posts. You can see 3 tabs. Edit Post for normal editing, Advanced for tags etc and Preview shows preview. The demerits are no text formatting, HTML editor, grammar checking etc. This my first post using BloGTK. I finished it early but I don’t have the usual satisfaction using Word Press. I think you can use it as an offline tool for blogging. It is good tool for a blogger having limited Internet access.
Thanks to this..
To insert a code or a pre formatted text, you can use “Preformatted” instead of “Paragraph” in visual editor. For html editor corresponding tag is pre. In html editor enclose the text in these tags.
<pre> text </pre>.
For writing code you can use code tag.
<code> code </code>.
For coloring the code according to language syntax and proper listing, use sourcecode tag. Use it as
lang could be
For more details go to http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/.
Select “My Blogs” in the Dashboard of your account.
Select your wordpress blog and add facebook/twitter by ticking corresponding box.
A message will appear asking you to authorize the connection between your WordPress.com blog and your Facebook account.
Click the authorization button and you’ll be taken to Facebook where you’ll be asked to approve several different pieces that are necessary for the connection between your WordPress.com blog and your Facebook account. Approve them all.
More details could be found here