Free XHTML/CSS Website Templates – Template World

I’d like to turn these into WordPress themes (yay Creative Commons licenses!).

10 professional looking WordPress themes

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.

Landing sites 1.3 | The undersigned

A great-looking WordPress plugin for providing context and value to visitors from search engines.

10 Things You Must Do When Changing WordPress Themes : Instigator Blog

Trying out different WordPress themes? Here are 10 things you’ll want to think about during the process.

LivingDot: “Blog Hosting Experts. Movable Type or WordPress Blog.”

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.

Redirect Old Slugs

I do lots of migrations to WordPress from other platforms, and I think this will help me manage the redirects.

Attention WordPress Theme Designers: Designing Themes for WordPressMU

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.

Blogging Expertise – blog design, installation, and consulting

Good blog and resource for new bloggers. Some free stuff, too.

WP Tutorial: Your First WP Plugin

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.

Blogging survey – live results

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.