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When WordPress 3.7 introduced automatic updates, a segment of users pushed back arguing they should be opt-in instead of opt-out. The main concern being that a website administrator wouldn’t have any time to test the update to make sure it doesn’t break anything. Several users said they would be fine (more…)

PressWork to Relaunch Under New Ownership

PressWork made a big splash in the WordPress theme world when it launched its free HTML5/CSS3 framework in the summer of 2011. The theme boasted a unique drag and drop front-end editor which allowed users to customize their sites without having to touch any code. Brendan Sera-Shriar and Chris Bavota (more…)

Editor: A Beautiful Free WordPress Theme for Writers

Array, the WordPress theme shop formerly known as Okay Themes, has branched out into WordPress.org with the release of Editor, a beautiful new blogging theme. Editor is stamped with Array’s trademark simplicity and bold style. It was designed to have images, videos, and text scale down nicely for reading on (more…)

Why Comments Still Matter

Earlier this year Copyblogger set the blogosphere ablaze with its controversial decision to turn off comments. The announcement cited the burden of moderation, spam, and the availability of other conversation “outposts” as the main reasons for closing comments. It also gave the impression that Copyblogger had in many ways outgrown (more…)

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WP Remote, the free WordPress site monitoring service, has announced they now support Zapier. Zapier is a collection of over 250 web apps that allow you to connect applications to automate tasks. Between WP Remote’s API and Zapier, the company hopes to give users the power to enhance their work (more…)