WordPress is absolutely for free. For the different features and functionality it provides, it is one of the Best CMSs to work on. You do have to pay for hosting & domain names, but having such a powerful code for free is simply amazing.
By default, WordPress Search feature displays published posts and published pages in search results. Often when users are looking for something in a blog, it is most likely a post rather than a page. In this article, we will show you how to make your search more relevant and less crowded by excluding pages from WordPress search results.
Kieron Hughes, in his article, compares both, Open-Source CMS and Custom CMS. What he says is true – when you go to a company to build your website, more than often, you will be asked to build your website on a cms. No one wants to use static web pages today. Scalability, flexibility and robustness […]
Early this month, wordpress released WordPress 3.0. It is an early beta version. The team is still working on this release. This release has a revised user interface. Some of the many features in this release that are pretty interesting are: Custom Menu system: Jane Wells in the blog does mention that this is not finished. […]
Google analytics recently added a new “Intelligence” feature which is a great attempt to gain insights about your customers, campaigns and site usability without getting lost in the sea of data that is being collected.
WordPress is first and foremost a blogging platform however over the years, it has graduated into a full fledged Content Management System (CMS) with a robust admin back-end and highly modular and extendable functionality. We have installed and used WordPress for several clients the last year or so and have had no complains yet. The […]
If you’re at all familiar with the WordPress content management / blogging system, you’ll be aware that WordPress sites are built around the WordPress application core (this provides the functionality) and a theme (this provides the design and, to some extent, the site structure), with plugins filling the gaps between what the core and theme provide and what you […]
Unlike WordPress 2.8, which Mark Jaquith describes as the Snow Leopard of WordPress since most of the basis of the WordPress 2.8 upgrade was complete rewrites and optimization of the infrastructure that ran WordPress instead of providing lots of new features in the same way Apple’s new OS X release is a focus on improved […]