Monthly Archive: April 2013

Can a Raspberry Pi serve a mobile app with lots of users?

Can a Raspberry Pi serve a mobile app with lots of users?

As well as running the DingleberryPi website, I work on a number of other personal projects, one of which has had a lot of my time over the past few months (which is why I’ve slightly neglected this site somewhat, my apologies) is my first mobile app.

My first attempt at a commercial mobile app is built with HTML5, and will be coming soon to iOS, Android and BlackBerry 10. It’s a tidal predictions and maritime weather app, serving every major port and seaside location in the UK. (more…)

Switch your WordPress installation from ‘Blog mode’ to ‘Site mode’

Switch your WordPress installation from ‘Blog mode’ to ‘Site mode’

In this series of tutorials, I’ll be going back to basics, going through some of the features and giving advice on how to take control of your WordPress installation.

A question I’ve been asked several times is “How do I change my WordPress site to have a home page and not show my posts on the front page?”. This tutorial will guide you through the steps necessary to achieve this. I call this switching your site from ‘blog mode’ to ‘site mode’, which allows you greater control of where your posts sit on your site.

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