How to Make Sure You’re Not Using a Shady WordPress Theme

Aug 1 2014 by Karol K | 8 Comments

I can still remember how excited I was back in 2008 when I first discovered WordPress (late-adopter, I know).

What was particularly impressive for me was that I could change the designs of my WordPress sites with minimal effort.

And so the hunt for the perfect theme began!

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Exciting Improvements in WordPress 3.9

Jun 6 2014 by Marko Heijnen | No Comments

As an active member in the WordPress community, I was able to take part in the latest major version release: WordPress 3.9.

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The Future of WordPress

Apr 16 2014 by Marko Heijnen | 12 Comments

Starting with just a simple line of code 11 years ago, WordPress has evolved to become the platform of more than 74 million websites.

Even with a vast array of competitors offering similar functionality, WordPress still dominates the CMS market with a 21.9% market share.

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5 Modern WordPress Alternatives to Keep an Eye On

Mar 17 2014 by Jeremiah Shoaf | 13 Comments

WordPress is the most dominant CMS on the market.

18.9% of websites run on WordPress and, just last year alone, it’s been downloaded 46 million times according Matt Mullenweg, the publishing platform’s creator.

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10 Free Blank WordPress Themes

Jan 6 2014 by Jacob Gube | 13 Comments

This is a review of the top blank WordPress theme choices.

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Free Resources to Help You Build Your Next WordPress Site

Mar 8 2013 by Luke Clum | 10 Comments

Free Resources to Help You Build Your Next WordPress Site

WordPress is a popular website publishing platform. What once was primarily a blogging system has now evolved into a flexible and robust CMS used by both small businesses and large corporations alike.

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5 Tools for Managing Multiple WordPress Sites from One Location

Oct 2 2012 by Joe Foley | 14 Comments

5 Tools for Managing Multiple WordPress Sites from One Location

If you run more than one WordPress install, or if you have clients that run WordPress sites that you’re responsible for, then you know how much of a pain it can be to log in to each site every time you need to do things like update plugins, themes, or WordPress core itself.

With the release of WordPress 3.0, we now have the ability to create a network of WordPress sites with one installation through the multisite feature. However, your needs may go beyond what multisite allows you to do, and so you may need to explore other options.

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