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  • Share This Post in Movable Type 4 » This isn't really a tutorial since I'm just advising you to install a plugin and giving you some reference html to make it look a tiny bit nicer than it does by default. However I still think this might be useful information for at least a few people so here...
  • Make Flickr's Blog This Feature Work with Movable Type 4.0 » This tutorial is cross posted at On a path media Actually this applies to any version of Movable Type since 3.2 and to all kinds of external apps for posting to your Movable Type blog. I just suspect that the Blog This feature from Flickr is probably the most popular...
  • Putting MT:MultiBlog to Work » Last week on my personal blog I discussed how to put the MT:OtherBlog tag to use and compared that tag with using PHP includes to create the same functionality. In the comments of that post J. Brotherlove reminded me of one serious advantage PHP includes have over using MT:OtherBlog: automatic...
  • MT Community Search » Updated March 10, 2007 Introducing a new way to search for Movable Type information throughout the MT community, MT Community Search (http://www.mtcommunitysearch.com). Using Google's custom search capability, I've put together a custom search engine of the most popular and content-rich Movable Type sites, including the MT forums. You'll find this...
  • Movable Type Resource Sites » Fortunately for those of use who use Movable Type, there are several folks who devote much of their free time to understanding, exploring, and extending the capabilities of MT, and are willing to share that knowledge with the rest of us. Here's my roundup of good sites (in addition to...
  • Movable Type Friendly Web Hosts » This article was last updated in October, 2004 and does not likely represent the current hosting environment. ~Elise March 9, 2007 Updated October 16, 2004 The first step in installing Movable Type is making sure that your web host meets MT requirements. In addition to the basic requirements there are...