44 Websites to Help You Improve Your Knowledge of WordPress


We recently did a round-up of some of the leading design blogs that you need to follow in order to stay up to date with the latest trends in the design world. In this article we take a look at some blogs and websites that cover WordPress.

Most, if not all, design blogs have WordPress-related articles. However, these blogs deal specifically (and, in most cases, ONLY) with WordPress. Also, not all of the websites below are ‘blogs’ – some of them are feed aggregators, some are design showcases and wpMail.me is an email newsletter. However, they are all related to WordPress.

1. WordPress Arena

WordPress Arena offers articles related to WP themes, plugins, tutorials and offers some freebies. The website also has a WordPress ‘Showcase’ which features various sites that are built on WordPress.

WordPress Arena

2. WordPress Planet

WordPress Planet is not really a blog – it is an aggregator collecting posts related to WordPress.

WordPress Planet

3. WordPress.tv

As the name suggests, WordPress.tv provides videos related to WordPress.


4. WeblogToolsCollection

Weblog Tools Collection is one of the most popular WP-related blogs out there – it features theme updates, news, plugin updates and other similar articles.


5. WordPress Tavern

WordPress Tavern is another very popular WP-related blog that features articles and opinion pieces on some of the recent happenings all across the internet pertaining to WordPress.


Some Other Noteworthy Options:

6. WP Engineer

WP Engineer

7. WP Vibe

WP Vibe

8. WordPress News

WordPress News

9. WordPress Development Updates

WordPress Development Updates

10. WPMU.org


11. Alltop – WordPress

Alltop -- WP

12. Planet WordPress (feed aggregator, not a blog)

Planet WordPress

13. WordPress.com Blog

WP.com Blog

14. WP Force

WP Force

15. BobWP


16. WP Garage

WP Garage

17. ManageWP


18. Digging into WordPress

Digging into WordPress

19. WordPress Guerrilla

WordPress Guerrilla

20. WP Teach

WP Teach

21. WP Recipes

WP Recipes

22. TutsPress


23. Theme Shaper

Theme Shaper

24. Lorelle on WordPress

Lorelle on WordPress

25. WP Mayor

WP Mayor

26. WP Topics (feed aggregator, not a blog)

WP Topics

27. WordPress Hacks

WordPress Hacks

28. ThemeLab


29. WP Beginner

WP Beginner

30. Konstantin Kovshenin

Konstantin Kovshenin

31. WP Modder

WP Modder

32. Yoast (Blog)

Yoast (Blog)

33. WordPress Tutorials (feed aggregator, not a blog)

WordPress Tutorials

34. The WP Guru

The WP Guru

35. WP Inspiration

WP Inspiration

36. We Love WP

We Love WP

37. WPLift


38. WordPress Mods

WordPress Mods

39. LatestWP


40. WPWebHost Blog

WPWebHost Blog

41. wpMail.me (email newsletter)


42. Pippin’s Plugins

Pippin's Plugins

43. WP Tuts+

WP Tuts+

44. WPCandy


Since no list of websites on any given subject can ever be deemed ‘complete’, I’m sure there are many WordPress-related websites that I’ve missed. Feel free to add to the list by commenting below!



  1. No-Name

    This is just great. Thank you. My goodness, there really are some great WP resources out there.
    Of the ones I know, I’ve learn the most from wplift, wpcandy and wptuts and now I’m turning to 1stwebdesigner for inspiration too :)

    • Please do not use your homepage as your name, really not appreciated. Thank you for kind comments though, I find a lot of sites here I visit pretty often to check up with WP news :)

  2. Raj

    awesome roundup … this provides the best resource guide.. u can also add stackexchange to this list…

  3. This is a great list. I love it. Thanks! Were these in the order of best to least, in your opinion, or just 44 great ones, no particular rank?

  4. Hi Sufyam,

    This is a list of great WordPress sites indeed.

    I would like you also to know that I have a WordPres site at the link in my signature above. Although not as large as some others on the list, I hope my articles are just as helpful to some people.


  5. Been all there at some point. Every site has a different set of tips and/or tools that could be used. However, recently I more and more tend to go directly to Trunk for more advanced features I’ve been working on in my recent coding. Great resources nevertheless:) Also Hook Database is worth mentioning, maybe not a direct source of learning, but definitely great source while developing (and learning in the process): http://adambrown.info/p/wp_hooks