As many of you surely know, WordPress is released under the GPL licence, as are many other open-source software e.g. Linux.
Although you might know that WordPress is GPL-licenced, you might not be aware of what the licence actually consists of and how it affects us as users and developers. Let’s take a look….
Today’s post is a call to WordPress users and developers all around the world to share with us the state of WordPress in their surroundings. We all know that WordPress is used extensively in the USA, Australia, UK and India, but what about the other countries?
Starting out in WordPress development? I recommend going through the WordPress core code as well as following the practices employed by the best WordPress coders out there. Check out this list.
DesktopServer creates multiple “virtual servers” for development sites. This product installs and sets up WordPress sites on your local computer in seconds, creating local development test sites right on your desktop.
If you are a WordPress developer or a WordPress user you’ve spent time looking for plugins. We are familiar with the Plugin Directory at WordPress.org, the go-to directory for free WordPress plugins. However, there is also a little known alternative that is arguably a more efficient way of finding plugins. Enter SearchWordPressPlugins.com!
You have a new blog where you share your ideas, life and/or advice, and of course you want people who are interested in the topic to find it, start following it, share your ideas and comment on your posts. The problem is, where are the readers? How should people find your blog?
A short while ago, we had given you a link to a presentation on using WordPress as a web development framework. Today, we want to take it a bit further and get some input from our readers.
Our discussion today focuses on using WordPress as a framework for building applications on.
WP Robot is an efficient, time-saving autoblogging tool. It automatically posts new and relevant content to your blog. It features content from 21 different content sources, including 9 monetizing sources. It includes keyword campaigns, custom post templates, free support, and more than 100 customizable options. Let’s take a closer look at its features.
Today I would like to share with you a tool called Tweet Adder, which I’ve used in the past year for promoting this WordPress site. WPMayor’s aim from the start has been that of engaging with as many WordPress users as possible, and one of the most effective means of doing that has been Twitter.
One can find WordPress plugins at numerous places on the Internet. In this post, we look at three repository websites for WordPress plugins.The first site, wordpres.org, offers free plugins. The two remaining sites offer Premium (not free) WordPress plugins.