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WordPress is a blogging program that is gaining both popularity and converts. Consequently, there are many books available to help you learn how to best use WordPress, whether you have an account on the WordPress.com site or a site hosted elsewhere running WordPress.
If you are using WordPress as your blogging platform, most probably you are already familiar with plugins. These excellent add-ons help you extend the features of Wordpress giving you complete control on blog customization and enhancements.
I love WordPress. I love its user-friendliness and how easy you can get it installed and running within 5 mins. I love its extensibility and the plugin system that enable us to increase its functionality without any coding needed. However, despite all the love, WordPress is not perfect.
The WordPress developers have released version 3.0 of their open source blogging and publishing platform, adding a new default theme and merging WordPress MU to allow users to manage multiple sites with the same installation
So WordPress 2.5 is out, but what if you’ve never installed WordPress on your own local machine before and want to try it out? This FOSSwire Video tutorial shows you all the steps you need to take to install WordPress 2.5 on a LAMP system, in just over 5 minutes.
Wordpress is one of my favourite blog engines because it's easy and supports many plugins. Wordpress also available in multi-user mode which means a single Wordpress installation will cover many users with their own subdomain. This howto will show the steps taken to install Wordpress wpmu on a server running FreeBSD 7 stable.