WordPress 3.4 – Important Things You Need to Know

WordPress 3.4 was released few days back, codenamed “Green” after the guitarist Grant Green. Just like every stable release of WP, version 3.4 too brings many big and small changes to the table. With something as popular as WordPress, missing out on a feature or two is obviously natural. Plus, with the plethora of awesome features that … Continue Reading

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. … Continue Reading

Introducing Breezi CMS Meant For Designers: Review

Are you looking for a good hosted CMS solution for designing your next website? If so, a good option for you to consider might be Breezi. Breezi is a visual CSS Editor and Edit-in-Place CMS meant especially for designers. The Breezi CMS is supplemented by to-the-mark style control and multiple apps that lend great functionality … Continue Reading

Google+ Gets a Make-over: Will it Become the Apex Social Network?

Ever since its inception, Google+ has had its share of (rightfully deserved) attention. Hailed as the Grim Reaper for the likes of Facebook by some, and another (soon-to-be-abandoned) experiment like Google Buzz by others, G+ has always been in the spotlight, ever since day one of its existence. Now, loving (or hating) a particular social … Continue Reading

Power Your Blogs with Habari: The Next Generation of Blogging

If you are running a blog on a self-hosted platform, chances are you’re using either WordPress or perhaps Drupal. There is no denying the fact that both of these CMSs have excellent capabilities. They are ideal for many different genres of website. However, at times, when all you need is a small personal weblog, running … Continue Reading

18 WordPress Themes for Creating an Awesome Online Résumé

As web designers/developers, you need an online portfolio or a landing page, wherein your potential clients can take a look at your works. Further more, it helps to have a resume or Curriculum Vitae online — so that if a client seeks more info about you, he/she can simply head to that page, instead of … Continue Reading

Choosing a WordPress Theme: Free or Premium?

Perhaps one of the most striking features of WordPress is the easy availability of themes. Take a look at any of the other CMSs – be it Joomla!, Drupal or Textpattern – none of them comes even close when it comes to the availability of ready-made themes and templates. Not only does WP have numerous … Continue Reading