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  • What is WORDPRESS?
    • Wordpress is an excellent open-source web publishing system or content management system.
    • It is created as a blogging software
    • Wordpress is written in PHP and backend used
    • MYSQL database
  • Difference b/w wordpress&other sites?
    • To advertise my blog, I usually use facebook, yahoo buzz, and digg.
    • Up until recently I have no problem; I input the specific link to the new blog and it comes up with a preview of text plus a thumbnail.
    • All of these sites are no longer able to come up with a preview of either text or pictures
    • WordPress is an open source code content management system that anyone can use.
    • WordPress is self-contained when installed on your site and is not dependent on any other outside source to maintain and run
    • The look of a blog is very important to most people as well and there are thousands and thousands of free WordPress themes available.
    • Changing a WordPress theme is as simple as uploading it to your server and clicking on the theme from the dashboard
    • Items on the WordPress sidebar can be added, moved and changed very easily within the WordPress dashboard using sidebar widgets
    • There are lots of Innovative ways to use Wordpress.
    • Because of its flexible plugin and theming architecture. I am compiling list of websites and look at how you can use WordPress.
    • To create a variety of different types of sites and manage different functionalities. As you’ll see with a bit of cleverness, the sky is the limit!
    • 1. WordPress as a Membership Directory
    • 2. WordPress as an E-Commerce Store
    • Use a Plugin
  • Use a theme
  • Use a Third Party Service
    • 1. Cheap or Free
    • Using WordPress for your website means it’s cheap or free.
    • 2. It’s That Easy
    • If you’ve got any computer savvy, WordPress is easy to use.
    • If you can send an e-mail, use Microsoft Word or set up a Facebook account, then you can use WordPress.
    • 3. Do It Yourself
    • With WordPress you enter the Do-It-Yourself world.
    • 4. Many Users, Many Places
    • WordPress is online and offers multiple users, which means you’re not the only one who can fix something in a pinch and you can access it from anywhere. Which means if you’ve got Internet access in Tahiti, you could work from there.
    • 5. Climb the Search Results
    • WordPress also makes it easier to optimize your search engine results. That means your site is more likely to land on the first page of Google results.
    • Below you can find out more about the Tools:
    • The Tool pages link to pages where you can find more.
    • General info about the tools and why learning professionals selected them as one of their Top 10 Tools.
    • Web browser(Firefox | Google Chrome)
    • Social bookmarking tool(Delicious | diigo)
    • Blogging tool(Wordpress | Blogger)
    • RSS/Feed reader(Google Reader | Bloglines)
    • Micro- blogging tool(Twitter | Tweetdeck)
    • Email( gMail/Google Mail | Outlook)
    • Instant Messaging(Skype)
    • Personal productivity tool(Evernote | Google Calendar)
    • Wiki tool(PBworks | Wikispaces)
    • Image/photo tools(flickr | Adobe Photoshop)
    • Video tools(YouTube | Flip)
    • Audio/podcasting tools(Audacity | iTunes)
    • Social networking(Ning | LinkedIn | Facebook)
  • Technologies
    • PHP,Perl&Python
    • BACK END
    • Mysql
  • Features
    • Password Protected Posts
    • Full standards compliance
    • Easy installation and upgrades
    • No rebuilding
    • WordPress Pages
    • WordPress Links
    • XML-RPC interface
    • WordPress Themes
    • Intelligent text formatting
    • Bookmarklets
  • plugins
    • What is plugin
    • A plug-in (also called plugin, addin, add-in, addon, add-on, snap-in or snapin) is a small software computer program that extends the capabilities of a larger program.
    • Plugins are commonly used in web browsers to enable them to play sounds and video clips, or automatically decompressing files.
  • Plugins in Wordpress
    • All in One SEO Pack
    • WP-SpamFree
    • Picturesurf Gallery
    • Auto BlogRoll
    • WP Page Numbers
    • Category Icons
    • ComicPress Manager
    • Events
    • WP Security Scan
    • DMSGuestbook
    • Quick SMS
  • Themes
    • What is a theme?
    • Before the advent of Themes, WordPress generated content using a single file.
    • Index.php, and files to support comment display and submission
  • Some of the themes are
  • Thank ”u”