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The admin area is the heart of WordPress. It is where you configure your settings, customize your design, and add content. The interface is very easy to use though it isn’t perfect, there are lots of ways in which it could be improved. Today I would like to share with you 10 great plugins that improve the WordPress admin area in some way. Whether you are looking to make the admin area more simple, or enhance it with more options, I am sure you will find many of the plugins in this article useful. Enjoy :) 1. Color Admin Posts […]

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It’s no secret that WordCamps have become a staple of the WordPress community since the inaugural event hosted by Matt Mullenweg in San Francisco took place in 2006. More than 200 camps have been held since – across 38 countries in 116 cities – all for the benefit of the WordPress platform and those who use it in their daily lives. Since the seminars have gained popularity, many companies have chipped in to make WordCamps a success worldwide by providing sponsorship funds in order to pay for related expenses. Starting now, WordCamps now have a multi-event sponsorship program specifically designed […]

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Hermes Themes specializes in WordPress themes for hotels. Yes, it’s quite a niche, but Hermes Themes is a one-stop shop for anyone in the hotel industry who is interested in making their website top-notch and user-friendly. Its designs include features like a full-width slider, testimonials module, responsiveness for mobile devices, social media integration, and free installation. It’s the brainchild of Dumitru Brînzan, who sat down with WPHub to talk about his rather unique journey and extensive experience in the hospitality industry. In Part 1 of our four-part interview, we’ll talk about the development of the site and the fear of […]

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Jetpack, the software designed to grant WordPress.com features to self-hosted websites, released Version 2.2.1 on Thursday, March 28th. Several enhancements and bug fixes have been included with the latest release (see a complete list of modifications by visiting the official Jetpack changelog page). The all-new Development Mode is achieved by adding define (‘JETPACK_DEV_DEBUG’, true); to your wp-config.php file in order to enable an offline mode for localhost development. Note that only modules that don’t require a WordPress.com connection can be enabled in this mode. Jetpack Development Mode Automattic representative Tim Moore wrote Thursday, “We’ve put together a spring cleaning release […]

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WordPress.com, a subsidiary of Automattic, announced Thursday the release of two new themes for its users: Full Frame and Ryu. Philip Authur Moore posted a news article related to the company’s latest releases on March 28th and said, “Image lovers and creative bloggers unite! Two new themes have launched today that I think you all will absolutely go gaga over. Full Frame, designed and developed by Graph Paper Press, is a single column, full-width theme for showcasing your beautiful images, galleries, and videos from edge to edge. It’s responsive and adapts to different screen sizes so that your website will […]



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