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WP News: WordPress 4.1, Blogging 201, and LoopConf

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. 428 more words

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The Word on WordPress for the Week of October 20, 2014

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. 353 more words

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WordPress Tavern reviews the highlights from Matt Mullenweg’s State of the Word address at WordCamp San Francisco 2014. Some of those highlights include an announcement of the renaming of WordCamp “Whatever city is hosting the event” to WordCampUSA, efforts to connect the WordPress International community more effectively, and new WordPress Tools becoming available.

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WordPress Words: CSS

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple mechanism for adding style (e.g., fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents.
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“The CSS in this part of the code is not coded correctly.

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Tom McFarlin writes an outstanding article concerning the fact that we have all become way too comfortable in expressing our unfiltered opinions in 140 words or less.   61 more words

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WPBeginner has a quick guide to password protecting posts in WordPress from homepage and archives. Would you like to keep your site to a select few? 12 more words

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Chris Knowles of the WPMU Dev team tells you about a plugin to encode your email addresses to keep bots from scraping your site and getting them too easily.
Hat Tip: WPMUdev

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