Posted on Jan 11 2019 - 4:33pm by Rohit Shetty
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When you speak about blogging, in all probability the first thing that pops up in a person’s mind is “WordPress”. Known to be one of the most popular blogging platforms ever built, this versatile, rich, ever changing content management system is simple to set up and easy to manage and use. However, is WordPress merely a blogging platform? Or is there...

Posted on Jan 11 2019 - 12:30pm by Rohit Shetty
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It’s soon going to be time to redesign my web site for the “Web 2.0 Age.” I have seriously looked at two platforms, Drupal and Joomla, with which to accomplish this. Drupal and Joomla offer comprehensive packages that, in the case of Drupal, includes a blog and forum as core modules. Theming these platforms can be accomplished through both CSS (Cascading...

Posted on Jan 11 2019 - 8:25am by Rohit Shetty
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The complete guide to learning WordPress Learning WordPress can be a very long road for an inexperienced programmer. This guide can help you go from programming illiterate to freelancing programming quadrillion are. It is meant as an overview of the steps needed to become a competent WordPress developer. This guide can help both the experienced and inexperienced wrap...

Posted on Jan 11 2019 - 4:22am by Rohit Shetty
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To understand which is the best WordPress Plugins for your website you first need to understand what a Plug-ins are. If you were a website developer some years ago you would need to be proficient at a number of coding languages in order to add functions to your website. If you think of something simple like adding a social button to your site like Twitter for example....

Posted on Jan 11 2019 - 12:16am by Rohit Shetty
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The WordPress blogging service started with only 5 developers and 2 blogs. In the beginning, the developers focused on building a system for friends who were not technical in order to help them join the web community. The goal was to develop something that was both simple and user-friendly. Currently, WordPress.com has about 4 million new posts and 6.5 billion page...