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Organizing Pages in WordPress

Organizing Pages in WordPress

WordPress can be a very straightforward CMS for many types of websites. Our website, like most of our clients’ sites, runs on WordPress exclusively. Writing and editing static content is pretty easy, but organizing your static content is a little less obvious. There are two parts to organizing pages: the Page Parent and the Page […]

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Upgrading WordPress the Easy Way

Upgrading WordPress the Easy Way

WordPress 2.5 is set to be released on March 10th. I don’t recommend running out and upgrading right away, since there are no security flaws (yet) in 2.3.3. It is important, however, to keep your WordPress installation up to date. The good news is, most hosts provide a fairly easy means of upgrading without having […]

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The Future of Premium WordPress Themes

The Future of Premium WordPress Themes

Ian Stewart, who was one of the runners up in the Sandbox Designs Competition, has started up a new blog called Theme Shaper. He has a post up with predictions about the future development of WordPress themes, including a comment from myself. Ultimately, design depends on context, so it’s a little ridiculous to charge for […]

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Formatting Images with WordPress

Formatting Images with WordPress

Most likely, the first thing you’ll need to do with your WordPress powered site, once it’s been set up, is to add content and images. We’ll get into content later, but first I’ll show you how to add images, since the process is less familiar. Mainly because we are not going to use the image […]

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