This is because it’s the ‘Default’ category in WordPress. So, if you forget to add a category to your post, it’s going to be put in the Uncategorized category. If categories are displayed with your posts or in your list of categories, it looks kind of lame.
I get a lot of Facebook notifications. Unfortunately, many of them are for things in which I am not interested, such as game requests. While I like video games, I’ve never played one on Facebook and have no plans to do so. And, while I have all email from Facebook turned off, the notifications fill up within Facebook quickly.
So, I decided to see if I could remove the game notifications. Unfortunately, there isn’t a single setting and they need to be done individually.
Last November I asked if you backed up your important data. I was having trouble with Windows and did a clean reinstall – I didn’t have too much down time because I have a backup plan for my important files and it was basically a matter of copying them over.
I also backup my websites and client sites. As I was reviewing my client files, I discovered that not only is it important to back up files regularly but that I should also review the data and get rid of files that I no longer need.
Frequently someone is added as an Admin on a Facebook page in order to some work, such as add a custom landing page. Once the work is complete, however, the person no longer needs to be an admin and can be removed.
I recommend removing all admins that are not required as it is more secure to have fewer people with full access to the page.
Recently I was asked how to an admin can be removed so here I will provide the instructions.
The WordPress Admin bar was introduced in version 3.1. If you are anything like me, you don’t care for it. I’ve become used to seeing it but I never use it. Although, admittedly I do get stuck in my computer ways – for example, I only just stopped using Windows XP a month ago ;-)