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WordPress 3.9 Released

The latest version of WordPress, WordPress 3.9, has been released. It is named in honor of jazz organist Jimmy Smith, continuing the tradition of naming major WordPress releases after jazz musicians. 2,787 more words

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WordPress Image Editor screen clip as of 2014-04-11

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This is a screen capture of one component of the WordPress.com image editing functions.  This is the component seen when  you click the black pencil edit icon on an image already inserted into a post. 152 more words

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The Short and the Long Stories of WordPress Learning and Support Resources

We need your help with the long story (see end of this post).  Here’s the short story:

We created a page – https://blogunbound.wordpress.com/wordpress-links/ — for you to share with people just getting started with WordPress, or needing help, or just wanting to be amused.  282 more words

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Why is the web bent on using GRAY text?

Ever notice it? Gray, as if that’s somehow easier to read. Is it? This one kills me: gray on gray. The way my eyes work, black text on white background is the easiest to read (short of some colorings in bold and such). 103 more words

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TIP: Bad things to say when you return to blogging after a break

PLEASE don’t start a blog post by saying something about how you haven’t posted in a long time, or apologizing about it. It may look “normal” to you and regular followers, but to people who stumble upon your post in the Reader or by any of a hundred other ways, it could be like saying to them, “This blog is a dud.” Dontchya think?

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P2 Unresolved Post Filter for Private Blogs Only

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The P2 Theme offers a feature allowing users to flag a post as unresolved. It gets a red line added to the margin. Later, it can be flagged resolved. 85 more words

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