We are now accepting job submissions in the WordPress Jobs section on WPMayor.
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.
I recently needed to implement a live chat plugin on a WordPress site, so I had to do the obligatory research for good plugins in this area. Let’s see what I found out…
In this post we take a look at usage of NextGen Gallery, the best gallery plugin for WordPress.
As 2011 nears its end, WordPress consolidates its place as the world’s number one open source CMS. You might already be planning a NYE resolution for starting a blog in 2012, or revamping your company’s website. One of the first questions people ask is what plugins they should install on their WordPress blog.
Having the right plugins in place can give you a big head-start and can help you achieve all the functionality you every dreamed of. Today we therefore take a look at some of the plugins that will be hot in 2012. Most of these plugins have already been around for quite some time, and have been fine-tuned to perfection by their respective developers.
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.
A big happy birthday to the WordPress mayor! 🙂
Yes, WPMayor is one year old, on this day one year ago we had published our first post, fittingly a welcome to this new WordPress blog.
It’s been a great year and I’m really excited and proud with what we’ve managed to achieve in one year. Most importantly, we have received many notes of thanks from readers, and we are very glad to have contributed in our small way to the fantastic WordPress community.
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.
Have you heard of Headway yet? It’s a fantastic drag-and-drop theme framework which lets you build WordPress themes as fast as you can imagine them in your head. Headway 3.0 is just around the corner, let’s see why you should be using it.