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WordPress: Where in the World

It was eleven years ago.  In 2003 WordPress.org opened for business. May the Twenty-Seventh, 2014 marked the launch of what has become the world’s most popular, Content Management System.

The WordPress Map Unfolds

Based on the Developers Emeritus list of members, the early WordPress community  
was largely from the San Francisco Bay area, Denver, Atlanta, England, and Ireland, though the members were spread across the world.

As word spread, interested bloggers and developers visited the WordPress user forums to get their questions answered, and stayed to help others, contributing to the development of WordPress. The WordPress community quickly grew,

In the beginning, there was too much going to to keep up with tracking visitors, but in time, the team started paying close attention to their visitors and statistics, digging deep into their demographics especially after WordPress.com, the free site hosting service, was launched in 2005. Continue reading WordPress: Where in the World

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How to Embed a Google Map

There are a lot of tutorials on how to use Google Maps in WordPress, so here is a very simple and detailed way of doing it.

Embed a Map

It’s quite simple actually. Begin by going to Google Maps. From there you can type in the exact address you’re looking for or a general location and click enter on your keyboard (or click the little blue search button).

This is a picture of Google maps and how to use the search button. Continue reading How to Embed a Google Map