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Yet another list of "must-have" #wordpress plugins. Actually some new ones in this list:
Analytics plugins for WordPress. I wouldn't call them "amazing" myself, but the author did:
Another take on Joomla/Wordpress/Drupal in a shootout. Interesting results:
Some WordPress theme design cheat sheets:
A minimal, bootstrap-based responsive WordPress theme. Looks good to me.
WPBeginner.com: good wordpress tutorials and free videos after registration:
Recent migrations to and from Wordpress. Mostly to:
Insights into Automattic: the folks behind Wordpress
looks like a good one-hour intro to setting up wordpress:
Tutorial for the bare-bones WP plugin. It does nothing!
The case for Wordpress as CMS:
Reaction of bringing PHP to Google's AppEngine: overwhelmingly positive!
A blogging-only platform that's trying to capture the blogging crown that wordpress seem unconcerned with:
Some free wordpress themes have evil inside them. See how to tell:
what's up with wordpress 3.6?
Interesting plugin: "Send to Kindle" what's the business opportunity here?
I'm not much of a WordPress guy, but these look like useful plugins for sure:
good, basic wordpress security tips:
discussion of the "big 3" opensource CMSs. highlight for me is the graph of learning curves!
Bit of a sticky wicket in making money off of Wordpress themes: