The most asked question about WordPress that I get is on the difference between a WordPress Page and a WordPress Post. The two are often misused wrongfully. Here are a few pointers to assist in better understanding the difference. WordPress pages are just static or you could say the posted elements are not often moveable

At some point we all misuse phrases and terms. In the website world, the terms “templates” and “themes” are often confused. Very often a WordPress template are considered as WordPress theme and vice verse. Well that is part right. WordPress theme is simply the way your complete blog looks and represents you or your business

With the new release of WordPress 2.8 the developers really took in what people had to say and made some vast changes to the content management system. One of the biggest changes that the team made that the end user and really the admin won’t really see is the database changes. The WordPress team made

WordPress is the top in Blogging Content Management Systems by far with its vast following and well known product. Not to mention WordPress has some of the best functionality for the end user. I have talked a little in the past about WordPress and how to set in up and how to create parts. Well