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David Blane, Jan 21

WordPress v Joomla: The Infographic

Mark Atkinson has developed a brilliant infographic giving the arguments for and against WordPress v Joomla as a content management system visual shape.
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Craig Buckler, Jan 11

The Easiest WordPress Security Tip Ever!

Craig reveals a WordPress security tip which is so simple, you'll question why you didn't know about it before!
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David Blane, Jan 11

Upgrading to the New WordPress Color Picker

Jonathan Goldford explains how to use the old and new WordPress color pickers.
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David Blane, Jan 09

Get Started with WordPress Child Themes

Harley Alexander explains how child themes work in WordPress.
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David Blane, Dec 31

4 Ways to Make Your WordPress Site More Accessible

Adopting four relatively simple techniques can help to WordPress websites accessible. Eric Blair explains why that's a good business decision.
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Lior Levin, Dec 14

5 Ways to Bring Footnotes into WordPress

Here are some of the leading footnote plugins for WordPress which make referencing sources as footnotes and endnotes a breeze.
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Craig Buckler, Dec 05

What's New in WordPress 3.5

Craig looks at the new features you can expect in WordPress 3.5, due for release on December 5, 2012...
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David Blane, Oct 20

16 of the Most Common WordPress Mistakes

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David Blane, Oct 06

How to Add Featured Image Thumbnails to Your WordPress Theme

Craig's latest WordPress tutorial describes how to add featured image thumbnails of any size to your theme files.
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David Blane, Sep 29

10 Must-Know Skills for a WordPress Plugin Developer

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Avi Milstein, Sep 22

5 Funky WordPress Snippets to Customize Your Comments

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Alexander Cogneau, Sep 07

Turn WordPress into a CMS with Pods Framework

If someone mentions the term Content Management System, probably WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and others come to mind. But the only content types supported by WordPress out of the box are pages and articles, which is fine for most websites, but what if you want more? Luckily you can use the Pods Framework; it’s a WordPress plugin which enables you to add custom content types and their management to your WordPress installation.
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Jacco Blankenspoor, Sep 03

Speed Up Your Wordpress Site With a CDN

Speed up your Wordpress website with Amazon CloudFront or RackSpace Files
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Mark Atkinson, Aug 17

WordPress v Joomla: The Winner

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David Blane, Aug 10

WordPress v Joomla: Support and Community

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Matthew Higgins, Aug 07

Create Your Own WordPress Theme from an HTML Template

WordPress is undoubtedly the most popular blogging system on the planet. There's a wealth of free themes available online for WordPress, but eventually you'll want to build your own. In this tutorial, Matthew shows you how to take an existing HTML/CSS template and begin converting it into a functional WordPress theme.
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David Blane, Aug 03

WordPress v Joomla: Search Engine Optimization

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David Blane, Jul 27

WordPress v Joomla: Plugins, Extensions, and Customization

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David Blane, Jul 21

WordPress v Joomla: Templates and Themes

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David Blane, Jul 19

Building a WordPress Plugin to Create an AJAX Contact Form

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Mark Atkinson, Jul 13

WordPress v Joomla: Introduction and Content Structures

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David Blane, May 30

An Introduction to SlideDeck2

In this video piece, James walks us through the new Slide Deck and some of its features.
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Abbas Suterwala, May 21

Create a Voting Plugin for WordPress

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David Blane, Mar 09

Top 10 Premium WordPress Plugins for 2012

Let’s face it—WordPress rocks. From its humble beginnings as b2/cafelog to the CMS powerhouse it is known as today, WordPress has proven to be the choice of champions among designers, developers and pro bloggers alike. But what is it that truly makes WordPress stand apart from contending CMSs such as Drupal or Joomla?