ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘wordpress’

11Dec

WordPress 3.5 is ready for download. If you have an existing website, please be sure to backup all files, plugins, themes and database before upgrading, as a precaution incase there are compatiblity issues. What’s New in WP 3.5? Quite a lot of changes, for example: Completely re-designed image and media handling module New Twenty Twelve […]Continue Reading

16Nov

The Dashboard: The Dashboard from Shawn Hesketh on Vimeo. Whats new in Worpress 3.4 What’s New in WordPress 3.4? from Shawn Hesketh on Vimeo.Continue Reading

09Nov

In his State of The Word this year, WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg stated that two thirds of WordPress users take advantage of the platform as a CMS – not as a blog platform. Certainly, WordPress is the most popular open source content management system in the world. But users often turn to Blogger or Tumblr […]Continue Reading

17Jun

Short answer. Yes. But not until you test your theme on WP 3.0 on a separate install of WordPress. WordPress 3.0 has been long anticipated by many of us in the web design and WordPress development field. It takes the best of WordPress and WordPress MU and merged the code base. Do some research on […]Continue Reading

28Apr

So you need to change a link or text on your WordPress blog that repeats across many articles, pages or posts? No problem, follow my simple instructions to find text or html and replace or delete. First be sure to backup your database! Open your Cpanel by logging into www.yourdomain.com/cpanel The username/password is normally the […]Continue Reading

19Nov

I was very excited last week to learn that WordPress has been awarded the Overall Best Open Source CMS Award in the 2009 Open Source CMS Awards. Read MoreContinue Reading