28 December 2009

WordPress 2.7 Complete

WordPress started out as blogging software, but it has grown rapidly into a fully featured content management system (CMS). That's partly because it was well designed in the first place, but mainly because it is open source software (OSS), which means that designers and programmers all over the world have contributed to its development and improvement. This effort comes mainly in the form of extra modules for the basic program. These are plugins which increase the range of features and enhance what WordPress can do. But like many other OSS programs WordPress comes without an instruction manual, which means that it's hard for beginners or new users to get to grips with what's under the bonnet. There are user forums and FAQs, but most people will feel more confident with an instruction manual, which is why this guide from April Hodge Silver is welcome... Read more >>

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