Cameron Chapman over on SmashingMagazine.com has just posted a great list of ad management plug-ins for WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal, Movable Type, and some general ad managements tutorials and guides. Here’s a taste… Should you sell text ads or banner ads? Should you allow Flash ads? What about ads with sound, pop-ups or floating ads? People […]
Andrea of WPMUTutorials, has a guest post over on WPTavern about what you can do with WordPress MU. Here’s a little preview… With the recent news coming out of WordCamp San Fransisco, and even the buzz from WordCamp RDU, interest is high in WordPressMU, the multi-blog version of single WordPress. We don’t know when, exactly, […]
Just a quick note to all you iPhone (and iPod touch) users out there. The WordPress iPhone App has been updated to be compatible with OS 3.0. It seems like there are also big UI changes in the works for a future update, and they sound pretty nice.
Cozmoslabs.com has an interesting post up about the future of WordPress as a social platform. Here’s a little sample to wet your whistle, so to speak. Right now WordPress can be a forum, multi blogs platform, social media platform, microblog, social bookmarking and these are just a few of the possibilities. WordPress is slowly making […]
The most recent episode of the WPWeekly podcast is one giant interview with Matt Mullenweg covering a wide range of questions and topics such as… What is the process one must go through in order to patch a bug, complete a ticket and get it into the core of WordPress? Can you give use your […]
WordPress has recently released an open source app for managing WordPress-powered blogs via the iPhone. Dubbed WordPress for iPhone, the application can manage both WordPress.com blogs and self-hosted WP blogs. Introducing the first Open Source app that lets you write posts, upload photos, and edit your WordPress blog from your iPhone or iPod Touch. With […]
Charles and Aaron are finally back with another episode of the WordPress Podcast. This episode covers the WordCamp Event, Charles’ wish to hold one in Texas, and some news and announcements relating to WordPress. I think there should be an East Coast WordCamp and a West Coast WordCamp because I want one closer by to […]