35 Beautiful and Free WordPress 3.0 Ready Themes

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This is a list of free and  beautiful WordPress 3.0 ready themes. They were harder to find than I thought, maybe because WordPress 3 is so new and theme developers need more time to catch up. There are some early adopters, however, and the best of them are in this list. To see the theme demo, just click on the theme picture.

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Improving the Performance of your WordPress Site: Part 1

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Throughout this guide I’ll be showing you how to improve the overall performance of your WordPress site. This main elements of your site we’ll be looking at are your theme’s code, and your database, site performance is something you can spend countless hours working on. Though a few smart decisions and half an hour can make a massive difference. I’ll also point out none of this is WordPress specific, though it is written with WordPress in mind all these changes can be used on nearly any CMS.

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How to add Backwards Compatible WordPress 3.0 Features to Your Theme

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If you’re looking for a way to take full advantage of the new WordPress 3.0 custom menu and background features, then keep reading. Learn how to integrate the WordPress 3.0 custom menu and make it backwards compatible for older WordPress versions. Also learn how to implement the new “header background image”; all with detailed examples, codes, and pictures.

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35 Security Plugins to Make Your WordPress Bulletproof

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WordPress is the most popular blogging platform today. It’s being used by thousands of people all around the world. But because of the popularity, it’s getting more attention by hackers and spammers too. WordPress is very secure by itself, but there’s never too much ascertainable.

For simple users,who don’t code a lot, plugins is the best way to secure your blog. They’re free, easily usable and safe. This post assembles 35 best plugins to make your blog bulletproof. They’re each devised for different purposes, so you will get the best protection from each field.

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50 Exclusive Commercial Business And Corporate WordPress Themes

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If you need a great, working WordPress theme, but don’t have or necessary skills, then these commercial themes are just for you. They’re completely ready to use, easy customizable and you are getting support too. This post assembles 50 good-looking corporate & business themes, so if you want to start a commercial site, this is the best option available. You get quality stuff with modern features for cheap price. Plus almost every theme has a help documentation so you don’t need to be a WordPress geek to set up and use them.

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The Essential Guide to WordPress 3.0 Custom Taxonomies

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In general, taxonomies are used to arrange, classify and group things. By default, Taxonomies in WordPress are tags and categories that WordPress is using for the posts.  Apart from these two, WordPress makes it possible for theme developers to create their own taxonomies which are created within the functions.php theme file. This is what we are going to cover today. We will learn how to work with Custom WordPress taxonomies.

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The Beginner’s Guide to BuddyPress (Open Source Social Networking)

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BuddyPress is plugin that adds social network like abilities to the acclaimed CMS WordPress. Adding features like a better profile for your blogs writers which combined turn it into a fully fledged social networking site.  Most of the possibly for this great plugin aren’t even existent yet!  As more and more sites start to use BuddyPress its true power, and that of WordPress is astonishing.

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How To Create An Options Page For Your WordPress Theme

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WordPress is one of the most popular Content Management Systems. Also WordPress is a CMS of choice for many web developers It’s relatively easy to use, but can be made even simpler when you include an administration panel for users when making themes. Additionally, themes buyers find the options panel too easy to use rather than having to open up the PHP template files and fiddling with the code.

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30 Insanely Awesome Websites using WordPress as a CMS

Posted in Inspiration, Showcase, WordPress4 years ago • Written by 54 Comments

More people already have a WordPress powered site as a blog and some have never know they can use it as a CMS too, but they may have heard of it. In reality, WordPress is an awesome tool for managing your different kinds of sites as a CMS. When I tell people about this, they often ask me for some examples of non-blogging sites using WordPress, so i want to show something that really stands out.

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