Web - Tips and Tutorials
Your Wordpress theme or a plugin may ask you for your Feedburner ID. The ID is the same name that is appended to your Feedburner URL.
My collection of web 2.0 icons/favicons in gif and png format. This collection contains icons/favicons of social websites where I am member and web applications what I use it. I use this icons/favicons collection to create the "Find me online" block ( it is visible on right side of this site) and the Find me online artcile.
Joomla has a good RSS syndication feature. You can generate and publish RSS (and Atom) feeds easily from all of your sections and categories one by one.
What you only have to do the following: when you publish a menu item which points to a section or a category, in the block "Parameters (Advanced)", in the field "Show a Feed Link" click "Yes" and save the menu item.
If you reload your site a RSS icon and feed links (RSS, Atom) appears in the webbrowser's address bar for this menu item and your readers can subscribe to this feed.
With this method you can generate RSS feed from content items of one section or one category, and you can point it to one menu item.
Okay, it is a great feature. But what about a "main" RSS feed generated from your all content items?
Joomla has no such feature. /Or perhaps I am the only one who doesn't know this feature/
If you want to publish a "main" RSS feed on your Joomla site, you need 3th party tools, e.g. Yahoo Pipes and FeedBurner (optional).
I like to create horizonatal menu separator with CSS only, without any image. I use this method mainly in the header or footer menus. However this way was limited, because I only knew the border-left or right CSS properties (e.g. border-left:1px solid #ccc or border-right:1px solid #ccc) and these properties places only a " | " separator in the menus. Not too creative.