ThemeForest is a brand new online marketplace where you can buy and sell Wordpress, CSS, Joomla, Drupal and many other types of templates. I'm aware that I get overly excited about new theme/template sites, so I'll try to tone down my excitement by putting my impressions into list format. Here are some reasons why ...
Weblog Tools Collection has published an overview of the features in store for us in WordPress 2.7
. As I was reading the list, I noticed that many of them them are based on existing popular plugins, like the Google Sitemaps Generator
There have been a few developments in the wonderful world of WordPress over the last little while. Let's take a look:
WordPress 2.6 was released. Nuff said.
WordPress for iPhone app released. This would be exciting news, BUT I'VE NEVER TOUCHED AN IPHONE IN MY LIFE
A few days ago, the folk over at Automattic released WordPress 2.6
. This release was so ahead of time (apparently it was released a month early) that I feel like it snuck up on me.
First of all, kudos to all involved for getting out a new release ahead of time. And ...
Our little baby is turning 5! WordPress has come a long way in five years, from a little snippet of code to a full fledged blogging and CMS system!
is going into kindergarten, and boy it's come a ...
I know this is coming pretty late for the world of the internet, but I've been really busy and I only recently started getting to know WordPress 2.5. All in all, I think that the upgrade is fantastic, and here's my review of the new features I have used so far:
New admin design
I like ...
Matt has created a screencast
that presents some of the new and cool features of WordPress 2.5. The screencast fills a gap that has existed until now with regards to people writing and talking about the new version using only screenshots and descriptions. Seeing the system live really ...
Normally I don't get excited about WordPress updates
because they tend to be pretty incremental (and cause a lot of stress
). WordPress upgrades usually add a few features and a lot of bug fixes, which is great but not very exciting.
Trends are fun and fascinating, both online and off. I came across Google Trends
a while ago, but I never used it. So recently I decided to see how WordPress
measures up against its competition.
First, I compared WordPress to what I figure is its most direct competitor: Movable