It was 2003 when I discovered the WordPress blogging software. Way back then (and in Internet years, that’s actually quite a lot of time) I used Movable Type as my blogging platform. My friend Chelle introduced me to the WordPress software. “Try it,” she said. “You’ll really like it.”
As a creature of habit, I felt reluctant to make the change. But I haven’t looked back. I’ve been with WordPress ever since.
Blogs are here to stay. Authors, students, parents, business owners, academics, journalists, hobbyists — you name it — use blogs as a matter of course.
WordPress has been a huge part of the blogging boom. Today, it’s the most popular blogging platform for personal, business, and corporate bloggers alike.
To a brand-new user, some aspects of WordPress can seem a little bit intimidating. After you take a look under the hood, however, you begin to realize how intuitive, friendly, and extensible the software is.
This book presents an insightful look at two popular versions of WordPress:
The hosted version available at WordPress.com
The self-hosted version available at WordPress.org
The book also covers managing and maintaining your WordPress blog through the use of WordPress plugins and themes.
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