I haven’t posted anything about WordPress for a while so I thought I would start off with my Top 20 WordPress Development blogs. If you can’t find what you are looking for on the ever-expanding WP Codex or you simply just don’t understand it then you will find loads of hints, tips and resources in the following sites to cover all aspects of your WordPress life. If I have not mentioned your favourite then feel free to add it to the comments section or fire me a tweet @ridgey28.
Navigating the WordPress plugin directory to find the right plugin can be difficult. Some people may think that there is too much choice where as some will think there is not enough. Over the past couple of weeks I have tested some top time saving WordPress plugins from just under the 28,000 plugins that are on offer from the WordPress plugins directory to save you time, boost your productivity and possibly make your blog even better.
WordPress is the most popular used blogging/CMS software which is why I guess it is used by millions of websites around the world. Unfortunately there are some very bad people out there that will try their hardest to exploit any weaknesses in your blog. If you look through your logs you can guarantee that someone, or something, like bots for example have tried to gain access to your site by attempting to access your login page, registration page or even your forgotten password page. Of course you can never completely eradicate the bad boys but with a good knowledge of WordPress security can help you protect your site as much as possible.
The WordPress media management has improved significantly over the years and the inclusion of the WordPress gallery feature back in 2008 enabled for you to display your galleries and link to either attachments pages or the image itself. However there are some features that would enhance the WordPress Gallery even further but are not currently featured in the latest version and not sure if they have been proposed in the next release. Here are just a few of them!
So you have just installed WordPress? Not sure what to do next or which order to do it in? Here is a little guide to help get you started with you new WordPress blog.