As far as CMSs go, WordPress is a phenomenon. And rightly so. It is a very powerful blogging and CMS tool that can be used to create almost any possible type of web site that you could possibly dream of. Still as with everything involved with web design and development, you need to learn and understand WP to fully unleash its power.
In this news edition we have collected the best WP tutorials, tips and themes, to help you with WordPress development.
In this post there are a few handy little tips that even the seasoned WP developers may not have heard of. There are, of course, some basic tips, the rest are very useful, like the pagination implementation tips and the styling author comments tips. There is a tip for separating comments and trackbacks, which is very helpful, but won’t work on most advanced themes (speaking from experience). A little bit more fine tuning is required. Overall, this is a great round-up of WordPress tips for getting more out of WordPress with very little effort.
Keeping up with the release of free WordPress themes can feel like a full-time job, there seems to be several new themes released everyday. The easiest way to find the highest quality themes is by bookmarking a post like this. This post is not your traditional long list with all the available WordPress themes on the internet but its an refined collection of the best handpicked fresh WordPress themes.
WordPress is known as one of the most powerful open-source blogging platform, but it can be a lot more than just a blogging platform. We already know about using WordPress as a content management system (CMS), but WordPress is much more flexible than that. With the combined use of plugins, and hacks, WordPress can be manipulated into many unique and unconventional web sites. In this article, the author, highlights some of the most unconventional uses of WordPress and shows you how you can use WordPress in these unconventional ways as well. Cool.
In this post, from Tripwire Magazine, they have collated a collection of 100 and more resources and tutorials for WordPress. The post mainly focuses on version 2.7+ but most resources will be relevant for earlier and later versions as well.