This is the third in my series about comparing the new and old WordPress.com layouts. Previously I have compared the Dashboard sidebars and blog post listings pages. Today
This is the second in the series of comparing the new style WordPress.com with the old version. Previously I focused on the Dashboard sidebars. Now I shall look at
Below are the Dashboard sidebars. On the left is WordPress.com new, in the middle is WordPress.com old, and on the right is WordPress.org: I will be concentrating on those
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© Craig Sunter – Thanx 2 Million ;-)) Chapter 61 via Flickr If you read a book, you will probably notice it is divided into chapters. This is
© John Fischer,WordPress Stickers Everywhere, via Flickr This, of course, implies that there is more than one kind of WordPress. You have the choice between whether you have
© puck90, Overwhelmed, via Flickr Whenever I publish a quick and easy post that explains a blogging issue in simplistic terms, there is always some well-meaning blogger who
© Usually Melancholy, ‘simplicity’ rose, via Flickr The key to making blogging easier is simplicity. Because simplicity takes away all the complexity that causes confusion. And there is certainly