• Computer Courage On Why You Should Use WordPress

    Great summary over on computercourage.com, on the “Top 10 Reasons To Use WordPress.org For Your Website”: 4. The Visual Editor and CMS are Outstanding The intuitive, user-friendly backend of WordPress is probably what made it so famous in the first place. I’ll never remember the relief I felt when I first installed WordPress after a […]

  • WordPress 3.0 “Thelonious” Available Now

    One of the most eagerly anticipated WordPress releases in recent memory is now available for download (or just 1-click upgrade from within your dashboard). So what’s new ? Major new features in this release include a sexy new default theme called Twenty Ten. Theme developers have new APIs that allow them to easily implement custom […]

  • How to Evaluate Your Comment System Needs

    We’re always looking for ways to improve your comments and help make your site more social.  If you run an active site, you’ve probably dealt with your fair share of commenting challenges: moderating large queues, filtering spam, and most importantly keeping your community engaged.  These days, there are several commenting solutions available to publishers.  Here’s […]

  • WordPress Resources for Publishers

    One of the biggest strengths of WordPress as a publishing platform is the depth of our community of consultants, developers, designers, and hosting providers. It can be tricky to figure out where to find pointers to awesome WordPress partners, so we’ve pulled together this mini-guide for publishers looking for help. VIP Services: Hosting and Support […]

  • RIM Selects WordPress for BlackBerry Blog

    Great to see that RIM has relaunched their official BlackBerry blog, using WordPress. The blog is called Inside BlackBerry, and aims at “bringing you authoritative content about BlackBerry® smartphones directly from the people who make them.” [ Visit Inside BlackBerry & be sure to check out the WordPress for BlackBerry app ]

  • WordPress and Windows Azure

    This week I had a unique opportunity to appear at Microsoft’s Professional Developer Conference in Los Angeles, to demo four open source technologies — WordPress, Apache, MySQL, PHP — running on Microsoft’s new EC2 competitor called Azure. WordPress and Windows Azure probably aren’t the first two things you’d think of together. WordPress has been free […]

  • WordCamp NYC 2009

    WordCamp NYC will be held this weekend, November 14th and 15th. It’s a great get together for the New York, and the extended, community of WordPress-loving bloggers and developers. With an amazing lineup of speakers, over 525 people already registered, and 8 session tracks – there is something for everyone. Myself and several colleagues from […]

  • NASA Glenn Research Center WordPress Users Guide

    NASA has been using WordPress for a few years now, and recently the NASA Glenn Research Center launched a resource guide for WordPress development. The site’s goal is to be “the guide to implementing and using the WordPress Content Management System (CMS) with the NASA Web Accessible (CSS) template design on Glenn Research Center websites.” […]

  • WordPress Tip For Speedily Moderating Comments: Keyboard Shortcuts

    A new feature in WordPress 2.7 and on WordPress.com, is the ability to moderate comments using keyboard shortcuts. A few of the popular shortcuts include: Pressing j moves the current selection (light-blue background) down. Pressing k moves the current selection (light-blue background) up. Pressing a approves the currently selected comment. Pressing s marks the current […]

  • WordCamp San Francisco August 16, 2008

    WordCamp San Francisco, the 1-day conference organized by the creators of WordPress for our users, developers, and partners – will be held on August 16th, 2008 at the Mission Bay Conference Center. It’s shaping up to be a great event with a tremendous lineup of speakers and topics, and the world famous BBQ lunch.  The […]

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