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8 Great Blogs All About WordPress

By on January 7, 2010 in blogs/blogging with 0 Comments

Ask a blogger what’s his/her favorite blog platform and the answer is probably whatever one he/she happens to use.

I use WordPress — guess what my favorite is?

Seeing as there are currently in excess of 18 million WordPress bloggers, I’m in good company.

This bountiful user base makes for a nice target audience, so it comes as no surprise that there are plenty of websites devoted to all things WordPress. Some focus on a particular aspect, such as coding, while others are more broad-based.

Here are my favorites — and seeing as I’m a non-geek, most are geared to non-techies:

Just Another WordPress Weblog

Might as well start at the source, right? Just  Another... is the place for news from WordPress.com and the WordPress Community. You get info straight from the people responsible for this powerful platform, as well as from folks who make apps, and other interested parties.

Lorelle on WordPress

Lorelle VanFossen calls herself a “blog evangelist” — here she spreads the good word on WordPress.  She’s got the inside skinny, and in fact helped write and develop WordPress.org Codex. Aside from being a primo source for WordPress tips and techniques Lorelle offers general blogging advice, and she has her ear to the ground — if there’s a WP alert, Lorelle is on the case.

ThemeLab

Looking for a free theme? Be sure to take a gander at this site, which has in excess of 100 selections to choose from. Should you prefer a one-of-a kind deal, the site offers a fee-based custom theme service. There’s also easy to digest step-by-step how-to articles.

We Love WP

We Love WP’s tagline is: “Showcasing WordPress powered sites.” That says it all. The site presents homepages with links to blogs built on the WordPress platform. A super source for design ideas and inspiration.

wpbeginner

If you’re new to the game wpbeginner is a goldmine of information on everything you need to know to get up and running with WordPress. Once you’ve figure that out, dig into articles about plugins and peruse a stash of educational posts.

WPCandy

WPCandy contains a deep cache of information on the latest themes and plugins as well as plenty of useful tips and tutorials. The gents behind it have also launched two related sites: WPCoder for developers, and WPInspiration (which like We Love WP, showcases blogs from around the internet).

WPShout

A design development blog by Alex Denning, who has created a number of WordPress themes. The content runs from beginner to advanced levels while the writing style is friendly and down-to-earth.

WordPress.TV

A bevy of of how-to advice, presentations, interviews, tutorials and support videos from WordPress.org.

– Deni Kasrel

Do you have a favorite blog devoted to WordPress? What’s missing? Comments welcome.

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  1. Wow! Thanks for the inclusion. I have some very exciting things coming up this year and I’m anxious to share them with everyone. So thanks for remembering I’m still around having out WordPressy stuff. 😀 I’m in very, very good company. Amazing how far WordPress has come and how many awesome folks are helping to spread the WordPress cheer.

    • Deni Kasrel says:

      Lorelle,
      Well thank you for being so on top of things. I have picked up plenty of good info thanks to your site which has also provided fodder for tweets. And yes, WordPress is really coming along and it just keeps getting better.

      Looking forward to hearing about those exciting new things you’ve got planned for this year.

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