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WordPress is a good blogging platform. After a introduction of chronicle 3.0 WordPress has also turn a finish CMS. Now designers are entrance with really good designed WordPress tradition themes
There is a rather complex, long and detailed article on how to Bulletproof your blog: a guide for surviving traffic spikes, but for all the other self-hosted WordPress blogs out there, here is a simple non-geeky solution suited for most of us. …
The serve as of WordPress has unfolded unending chances recently, taking it to a new level now not restricted to a blog site. With a huge range of WordPress plugins already available, and many extra being introduced …
WordPress is moving closer and closer to true CMS all the time. However, as more people begin using it in ways other than traditional blogging. The WordPress Experts – WPMU.org
If you run a WordPress site that allows users to register for one reason or another, then there’s a good chance you’ve come across a situation.
Several months ago when I updated the WordPress Stats plugin I discovered that Automattic had, without warning, integrated Quantcast tracking into their Stats plugin. Specifically, there was no notice in the update, no clear statement that data …
Although it’s easy to make individual posts private or password protected in WordPress , what if you wanted your whole blog to be private? We’re
Happy Holidays from the big ape at Gorilla Themes.
Indigo is a clean theme with deep, dark, rich blues and blacks. Parament is a great all-purpose theme featuring a dark color scheme with bright orange highlights and a textured background
Today we’re exited to unveil a refresh to the BuddyPress.org site. It’s something we’ve been tinkering with for a while, and we think you’ll like some of the improvements we’ve made: Activity updates are turned off Over the course of using the previous design, there was always confusion whether to use the Support Forums or ping someone directly via their activity stream
Perhaps you are still rushing around doing last-minute Christmas shopping. Or maybe you scoff at the idea that the 22nd is.
With the Santa hat on, Matt Mullenweg has decided to try out an experiment specifically for plugin authors and their respective plugin pages. He’s decided to give plugin authors a little more control with regards to how their plugin pages look by offering them a chance to upload a 772 x 250 pixel image that will be used as a banner. Here are a couple of excellent examples of this experiment in action: Inline Quote Tag Hello Dolly! WordPress SEO By Yoast YARPP or Yet Another Related Posts Plugin bbPress BuddyPress TinyMCE Advanced JetPack FancyBox One thing that I am thankful for is that most of the images I’ve seen have not detracted away from the information presented on the page
If you use a lot of photos and graphics on your WordPress site, you’ve probably accumulated a tonne of image files on your server that you have no. The WordPress Experts – WPMU.org
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NightBrand is the perfect theme for the creative agency, freelancer or general business. His dark side will highlight your content in addition to the dynamic color touch. Custom Page – NightBrand a…
The new default theme for WordPress 3.4, appropriately named Twenty Twelve, is officially on the drawing board . This year’s theme will be overseen by none other than WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg .
Andrew Nacin one of the WordPress core developers highlighted a philosophy that WordPress follows by providing decisions, not options. One of the documents linked to in the article points to the WordPress Release Philosophy and more notably, the section of text by GNOME contributor Havoc Pennington. It turns out that preferences have a cost.
Over 70 resources for starting a self-hosted WordPress blog including domain names, hosting, installation, themes, pages, plugins, settings, backups, and more.
There are a ton of options out there for font replacement, including some great WordPress plugins that make font replacement easier than ever. Sure, you can.
From the beginning, we’ve used WordPress as our blogging platform of choice – especially because of it’s plugin architecture.
WordPress for Android has received a major update. If Android phones and WordPress blogs are your thing, this is a must-have app
It was announced yesterday that Matt Mullenweg will be the one to oversee the development of Twenty Twelve, the new default theme for WordPress 3.4. Here is a list of things that look likely to make it into Twenty Twelve: single post/permalink view with post formats is needed variable height header image mobile version default to static front page (will need a function in core to auto-choose) editor styles the same as front end. avoid clever things that aren’t super-useful (like ephemera widget) start with 2011 as base for code (or 2010, which has gotten more updates and had more eyes on it) no featured image in header by default – no header image If anything, it looks like Twenty Twelve will be simpler than Twenty Eleven
We’ve got a little year-end tradition here at WordPress .com. Every year, we commission an artist to spread some WordPress -themed holiday cheer.