On May 27th WordPress is officially 10 years old. The world’s greatest content management system started as a fork from the B2/Cafelog blogging software by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little and has grown exponentially since to become a huge community and industry.
By way of celebration I thought I would share our part in that journey. read on
It is just so simple – WordPress rules! There are geeks out there trying to shoe horn their church into Drupal or Joomla, but for for the church without such a purest technical junky in the congregation, WordPress wins hands down. read on
To break my blogging silence, here are five more sites I’ve noticed recently using WordPress to run their church web site. This crop of churches shows that to have easy free content management, you don’t have to sacrifice design. read on
After weeks of tinkering, my all new Mu WordPress theme is born. This is a cutting edge theme with a host of features, and in growing numbers of flavours. It is easily configured through its dedicated theme options page; thumbnails abound and on the fly, menus drop down gracefully and it all hangs together even in IE6!. read on
I gave up trying to retain any control of my WordPress themes a while back. They are now distributed under a GPL license. The reason ? – other Christians thought they could use them without credit, even sell them in a couple of cases and pass them off as their own designs! But check this out…