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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.
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.
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
One of the most popular programs for blogs and even content management is Wordpress. What makes Wordpress so popular is the ease of use, flexibility in set up and great support. Wordpress does an excellent job at providing documentation and options for everyday use.
WordPress 3 Complete is a new book that explores WordPress as a fully functional content management system. Written by April Hodge Silver, this book is an in-depth coverage of installation, themes, plugins, and syndication with practical explanations of all aspects of WordPress.
We're excited to announce that WordPress.com is now the default blogging platform for Windows Live Spaces users. We've worked with our partners at Microsoft to create a simple migration service for Spaces bloggers to easily bring all their posts, comments, and photos to WordPress.com.
While blogging platforms like WordPress and Movable Type have considerable name recognition among Web users, few outside the development community know about this flexible and open-source content management system Drupal, which powers sites like Sony BMG's Myplay, PopSci.com, and the Web 2.0 blog Center Networks.