For several years, WordPress users have had the option to help translate the WordPress.com interface for any of the 105 languages supported by WordPress. The tool is called the In-Page Translation. 186 more words
WP Beginner offered “How to Move WordPress to a New Host or Server With No Downtime,” an article with a collection of step by step instructional information showing you how to move your WordPress site to a new host or server with no disruptive downtime, making the migration process as straightforward as possible.
The new WordPress 4.1 beta is out. You can participate in giving feedback before it’s officially released next month.
WordPress 4.1 adds several new features, including a new theme called Twenty-Fifteen, being able to automatically install new language packages from the general setting screen, a new distraction free mode, along many others. 33 more words
As we have spent time in class, we have learned countless uses and functions that WordPress can successfully perform. WPTavern reports there is a charity teaching veterans valuable WordPress skills with the goal of finding gainful employment, either through contract work or working for a company. 244 more words
The next WordPress Social Meetup in Vancouver, Washington, is this Sunday, November 16 at 4-7PM. Reserve your spot now on the WordPress PDX Meetup page. We will be getting our social WordPress on in the the Parkway Plaza Building near the Vancouver Mall, a quick hop for those crossing I-205 from Portland or up I-5 following the signs to the Vancouver Mall, and in the eastern heart of Vancouver. 363 more words