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Informational about WordPress

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  • Word Press
  • What is WordPress?Started in 2003 with single codeOpen source project (used by millions)Started as blogging systemWeb softwareCreates websites or blogsBoth free and priceless Yessenia Jaime, WordPress, 9/18/12
  • Yessenia Jaime, WordPress, 9/18/12
  • How to get WordPressThree steps to downloading this program  Get a Web Host  Download and Install  Read Documentation Wordpress.org/download Yessenia Jaime, WordPress, 9/18/12
  • Where do you get this program? wordpress.org is the were you will and click the link were it says Download WordPress 3.4.2 Yessenia Jaime, WordPress, 9/18/12
  • Features and Benefits Create beautiful blogs or websites Completely customizable Thousands of plugins, widgets, and themes Fully functional in five minutes Simplicity is key Decisions not options Yessenia Jaime, WordPress, 9/18/12
  • Features No rebuilding (automatic changes) Password protected posts Typographical niceties Up to ten levels of users Easy installation and upgrades Full standard compliance Yessenia Jaime, WordPress, 9/18/12
  • Mobile Version iOS Andriod Blackberry Windows Phone 7 Nokia WebOS Yessenia Jaime, WordPress, 9/18/12
  • Road Map Version Planned 3.5 December 5, 2012 3.6 Early 2013 3.7 Middle 2013 3.8 Late 2013After 2.1 was released, WordPress decided to schedule 3-4 months with thefeature driven by ideas voted on by the users. Yessenia Jaime, WordPress, 9/16/12
  • Works Citedhttp://www.wordpress.org/http://www.wordpress.com/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTTXxCFMLLA Yessenia Jaime, WordPress, 9/18/12