WordPress.com vs. wordpress.org

And yet again, the bloggers at Elegant Themes offers us important and helpful information about the world of WordPress web design.This article offers many great insights into both wordpress.org and wordpress.com, and how to use each. Since we here at Agora Media...

12 WP books

The folks at Elegant Themes, in addition to creating truly elegant themes, also post lots of great information for WP users; many of them are lists, like “Best WP portfolio plugins,” “Best contact form plugins,” “Best WP tutorial...

Great Overview of Free WP Themes

From the amazing crew of writers and developers at WPMU, comes this new article: “Free WordPress Themes: The Ultimate Guide” by Raelene Wilson and published 16 July, 2014, at premium.wpmudev.org/blog/free-wordpress-themes-ultimate-guide/. There are so many...

Understanding the “Layers” of WordPress

In trying to explain how the different parts of WP (WP itself, plugins and themes) work together, I’ve come up with this conceptual model to help people visualize this: WordPress itself is the “engine” that runs the website. Plugins are additional...

WP: Turn off auto-hyphenation

Almost every theme I’ve worked with has auto-hyphenation turned on as the default setting, which might be OK if it worked better… but it doesn’t. I often see goofy hyphenations with 2-letter syllables split off the rest of a word. So I usually go in there...