I’d like to turn these into WordPress themes (yay Creative Commons licenses!).
I don’t necessarily agree with all of the picks but I like very much the concept of gathering freely available designs for a specific audience.
A great-looking WordPress plugin for providing context and value to visitors from search engines.
Trying out different WordPress themes? Here are 10 things you’ll want to think about during the process.
This company might be a good one to recommend to potential clients. I’ll need to test them out a bit first but it seems promising.
I do lots of migrations to WordPress from other platforms, and I think this will help me manage the redirects.
Designing theme for WordPressMU is really the same as a regular WordPress theme, but because of the end blogger’s inability to edit most of it, it’s really important that it be done right. I find the list of standard HTML tags useful, too.
Good blog and resource for new bloggers. Some free stuff, too.
The word on the street is that this is a very helpful tutorial. I haven’t had a chance to watch it yet but it would probably be useful to my plugin development.
A look at how other people are using blogging. I was interested to see that WordPress was by FAR the most popular platform. I guess that probably reflects this blog’s readership. I’d like to see more questions on habits and results.