If you can read and understand this…
“Automated Browser Activation
An alternative to manual browser activation is to add the following iframe code to the footer of your blog:
<iframe src="http://yourblogdomain/wordpressinstalldir/wp-mail.php" name="mailiframe" width="0" height="0" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title=""></iframe>
Edit the above line of code so that it refers to the location of your wp-mail.php file. Add this line of code to the footer.php file in the directory for whatever theme you are using (don’t include it within an HTML paragraph).
You may have to refresh your blog to see the new post. New users may find this method the most helpful.
If you’re using or would like to use the Postie Plugin for WordPress, use the following iframe code, which will call Postie’s check mail commands:
<iframe src=”http://yourblogdomain/wordpressinstalldir/wp-content/plugins/postie/get_mail.php?Submit=Run+Postie” name=”mailiframe” width=”0″ height=”0″ frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no” title=”">< /iframe>
Add this code to your footer, and the next time anyone goes to your blog, your new emails will be automatically posted, so you need to do nothing but send them. You may have to refresh the blog to see the changes.”
…then you don’t need me! If, however, your eyes glaze over and roll back in your head when you see such things, I may be just the guy you want. Face it! If you’re a great thinker writing a book that you want published in German, would you take a year off, go to Germany and immerse yourself in the culture so you could translate your own book? I doubt it. Rather, I suspect that you’d hire a translator and ‘git ‘er done’…
Likewise, WordPress is a foreign language. You can spend years learning the ins and outs like I did, or, you can hire me to help accomplish your year end ‘thought leadership’ marketing objectives. Tick, tick, tick…