100 Things To Know About WordPress

100 Things You Need to Know About WordPress. JTPratt and Anthony Montalbano combine to provide 100 things all users need to know about WordPress. The list is broken down into 10 pa

WordPress And Its Cloudy Future

Join in the conversation and tell us where you think WordPress as a platform should go.

What’s Your Breaking Point?

As WordPress becomes a mature piece of publishing software, more things are being added to the kitchen sink. Some features are great while others, not so much. As WordPress adds mo

Sponsor Me To WordCamp Columbus

WordCamp Columbus Ohio is right around the corner, June 17-18, 2011 and I’d like to attend. However, my funds are pretty tight this year and I’d like to know if you wou

The Two Sides To Speaking At WordCamps

When you are asked to speak at a WordCamp, realize that you are one in hundreds of people they could have asked. It’s humbling and ego-inflating, but it is also a responsibility.

MSU Extended University Offers Advanced WordPress Course

Looks like WordPress is getting a little closer to becoming a college course as Montana State Universities, Extended University will be offering a course on Advanced WordPress on M

Pushing For Innovation

The WordPress ecosystem is rife with copycats and we’re severely lacking a couple of unique ideas. Due to the popularity of WordPress and the obvious success that designers / deve

Thanks For Everything

A lot has happened in the 2 and a half years since WPTavern began. In fact, a lot has happened since I started my first paid writing gig for WeblogToolsCollection.com back in Decem

Thanks For Everything

A lot has happened in the 2 and a half years since WPTavern began. In fact, a lot has happened since I started my first paid writing gig for WeblogToolsCollection.com back in Decem

More Of The Same Really

Long time no see. Last time we talked, I announced that I’d be stepping away and selling off everything I accomplished with this site and the podcast. I’m happy to repo

Another Reason The WordPress Community Kicks Ass

WordPress Developer, freelancer and friend of mine Ptah Dunbar, was recently in a head on collision accident that nearly took his life. Everything you need to know regarding what h

Code Snippet To Reduce Memory Usage

Joost de Valk has published a code snippet along with an explanation regarding the reduction of memory usage when using get_permalink with post objects. This may come in handy for

Idiot’s Guide To WordPress

If you’re still looking for a book to help you learn the basics of both the self hosted version of WordPress and WordPress.com, The Complete Idiot’s Guide To WordPress

If I Fork You, You Can Fork Me Right Back

Freedom is a complicated, annoying, thing, and sometimes having a freedom means you accept the consequences of that freedom. In the US, we have freedom of speech, which means we c

What’s The Quickest Way To End A Conversation About WordPress?

One thing that can be frustrating at times to talk about regarding WordPress, is what should be added to the core. I equate it to kids fighting with their parents. They want someth

WordPress Powering Practically Half Of The Top 10,000 Websites

BuiltWith Trends is an analytics company that provides weekly updated free information about the most popular technologies used on the web such as advertising, frameworks, ecommerc

The WordPress Learning Curve – How Steep Or Shallow Is It?

Before I started using WordPress in 2007, I was a Joomla enthusiast. I thought it was the best thing since sliced bread. You could (and still can) control where and when certain mo

Ipstenu On The Morality Of Forking

Morality Of Forking – Another well written piece covering the GPL, this thing called Spirit and an explanation that you can abide by both and still be a jerk.