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New Theme: Twenty Fourteen

New Theme: Twenty Fourteen

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
For the first time ever, the yearly default theme for WordPress is ready to go before its namesake year begins. Consider it an early holiday gift from the WordPress community to you, a tradition we hope to continue for many years to come. Say hello to the default…

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The $64,000 Question: WordPress.com or WordPress.org?

Originally posted on The Daily Post:
If you’ve been using WordPress.com for very long, you’ve likely run into some variation of the grand “com v. org” debate. And it’s possible that any explanation you received raised more questions than it answered. So, what’s the deal with the two WordPresses? What are the advantages of one…

SEO Basics for WordPress Users and Beginners

Reblogged from Collaborate with WordPress: According to SearchEngineWatch, WordPress now powers one-sixth of all websites. That’s a staggering number of sites and a massive achievement considering the wide range of hosting and development platforms out there. It’s a testament to just how beneficial, and easy to use WordPress as a CMS is. Continue reading

Happy 10th Anniversary WordPress: An Infographic

Happy 10th Anniversary WordPress: An Infographic

Ten years ago, Matt Mullenweg & Mike Little forked an existing blogging software to expand and improve upon, and WordPress was born. WordPress has since grown steadily into the amazing, free, open source blogging and content management system (CMS) that we all know and love. It dominates the total CMS market share at 66%, and powers an astounding 15% of all websites worldwide, including company sites for Pepsi, Ford, eBay, UPS, and The Wall Street Journal. Continue reading