How Good Is The FlexSqueeze Theme, Really?

Now, don’t you go shaking your head in dismay. Yeah, yeah I know I’ve done posts on Flexsqueeze before, but is it my fault that the FlexSqueeze theme is so good I can’t tell you all about it in just a few posts? For those of you who are not familiar with Flexsqueeze it is the most flexible WordPress theme that you will ever see. One of the biggest features is that unlike themes like Thesis it actually works straight out of the box. What this means is that you don’t need to know html, php, css or even hooks to get it to do what you want it to do. It’s all done from within the WordPress theme and most of the changes can be done with a click of the mouse. This makes it the theme of choice for newbie bloggers and those who are not technically minded….

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FlexSqueeze Latest Update Absolutely Rocks

I’ve been waiting for this update for quite awhile now so you can imagine how exited I was to receive an email saying it was available to download. Man, I doubt that anyone has ever seen me move so fast Yes, this blog is now running on the latest FlexSqueeze and I must say that the improvements Ryan’s made has made it even easier to customize than before. He’s even added a few things that were missing in the last version, mainly drop down menus and you now can have multiple squeeze pages on the same blog, one of the suggestions that I think I may have made on his forum. Seeing as how there are so many changes, more than I could possibly include in this post without boring the crap out of you, I thought I would put together a little video using my Total Screen Recorder Gold….

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The Difference Between Flexibility And FlexSqueeze

Over the past couple of days I’ve been getting some tweets, emails and comments on my blogs as to the difference between Flexibility and the FlexSqueeze theme. For those of you who don’t know, Flexibility is the free version of FlexSqueeze. Anyway, I’ve been mistakenly telling everyone that it’s basically the same and that the only difference was that you could replace the codes in the footer with your own.   How stupid am I, there’s got to be a lot more to FlexSqueeze than that otherwise why would you want to upgrade to the full version? In my defense it’s been a long time since I’ve upgraded and I’m so used to FlexSqueeze I’d forgotten what the differences were. Some of the differences include some major theme enhancements such as custom search box text, more flexible tag and category options, more font style choices, enhanced sub sidebar widget code,…

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Wassupblog April Statistics Still Pretty Good

It’s great when you have friends that remind you that there are things that need to be done, not that Mitch reminded me directly in so much as his post on April’s Income Statistics jogged me into action. Mind you, if I asked Mitch to keep tabs on my posting habits I am sure that he would. Just like he is constantly making me aware of my spelling errors that he finds in my posts. Honestly, if I had the spare cash I would do away with those damn spell checking software and employ Mitch full time to spell check my posts for me. Wait a minute, he’s doing it now and for free too! Now that is the sign of true friendship. But I digress, it’s time to look at my April’s income. Adsense: $36.38 Voxsant: $0.12 Kontera: $0.33 Project Wonderful: $0.13 Clix Galore: $0.26 Chitika: $3.09 Infolinks: $0.68…

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