When I coach my WordPress Workshop, bloggers often ask what plugins they should be using. With too many to number, I usually just show them what plugins I am currently using on my blogsites.
To celebrate this 10-year milestone in the life of WordPress, fans around the world are throwing parties. You can find the one near you at Meetup.com/WordPress.
The meetup featured advocates of Wix, Joomla and WordPress who discussed the merits of each platform from a small businessperson’s perspective.
We learned from Ars Technica that an all-out “Brute Force Attack” was being committed on WordPress sites by a powerful Botnet that attacked US banks last year. The botnet, they said, is seeking out, among other things, default user names like “Admin.”
Today I learned that one of my favorite plugins, Social Media Widget, is infected with malware. When this happens, a plugin will inject advertising spam into a website.
This is the kind of diagram I wish theme developers would include in their documentation. To quickly and easily see where to put data in a new theme would make life so much simpler for WordPress users.
Lee spoke with us about search engine optimization and in this transcribed interview, he does not mince words when he says, “Google is evil.”
Formerly known as Post Thumbnails, a Featured Image represents your page or post to the world, like the cover of a book.
Jill Binder gave us a short tutorial in working with CSS, Cascading Style Sheets, the code that controls the styles of a WordPress site.