WordPress is a Big Hit with Political Campaigns, Stats Show

“This research project started when we began to notice that more and more political websites were being built on WordPress. We focused on a couple of key categories: state parties, U.S. House races, U.S. Senate races, and Gubernatorial races. We looked …Find out more from Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine

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The Met Opera Season Analysis, Part One: What to Expect From September to …

First I was on Blogger, then Tumblr and now I’m here at WordPress and I couldn’t be more satisfied with it. One of these days will be my “Opera Teen-iversary.” Too bad I don’t remember which one… When I started this blog, I was a little lost. I didn …Find out more from Huffington Post

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You need to take WordPress security seriously. Here are 10 security holes you can close today.More By Jerod Morris

WordPress – Moot Responsive WordPress Theme | ThemeForest

Moot was designed with designers, photographers and high end clothing companies in mind. Features Fully Responsive WordPress Layout HTML W3C Valid WordPress Background Slider WordPress Filtered Por…More By UBL

Disable WordPress autop

Back when I first started this blog, and in turn using WordPress, the most annoying part of blogging was WordPress’ auto-formatting. WordPress would strip out custom attributes, mess with my DIV and paragraph structure, and just generally …More By David Walsh

Anthologize Your WordPress Course Site to Create a Printable …

We love WordPress at ProfHacker, and many of us use WordPress to manage course websites. I’ve written about using ScholarPress Courseware to manage classes (and avoid LMSes like Blackboard). In my classes, the course website—built …More By Ryan Cordell

How I Tweaked my WordPress Blog to Rank Better in the Search …

This guest post is by Jonathan of NutraSol Natural Center. As bloggers and website owners, improving our websites is an …More By Guest Blogger