WordPress is a land of multiple plugins and widgets, but one in particular stuck out to me. As an artist, and having witnessed my art being used by people who aren’t me, protecting my art is very important to me. Watermarks is one way to do this.
POWr Photo Watermark is a plug in that provides watermark services for images incredibly easily. After installing, it’s very easy to use these features and add them to your own posts. Continue reading WordPress Plugins: POWr Photo Watermark
The usage of color and patterns in web design is often referred to as the “fun” part of design. Picking colors is great, right? Of course it is, but unfortunately what a lot of people don’t seem to realize is that there is a lot more to your design than just what colors and patterns to use. They need to be carefully considered, in order to make your design accessible to all users of the web.
Continue reading Web Accessibility: Color and Pattern
WordCamp: WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other.
Continue reading WordPress Words: WordPress WordCamp
The Clark College WordPress class students review WordPress news around the world to bring you the latest news and WordPress resources during the academic year.
WordPress Core Weekly: A summary of all the updates made to WordPress in the last week. Formerly known as Last Week In WordPress Core. Continue reading WP News: WordPress 4.1, Blogging 201, and LoopConf
Matt Mullenweg talked briefly on how NewYorker.com has been relaunched, using the WordPress platform. The tools that writers use are no longer hindering progress, and with WordPress, productivity has increased. With this new launch, the volume of published stories has increased, from 10 to 12 stories a day, now up to 20.