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This Month in WordPress — August 2015 Edition

Posted on September 3, 2015 by in Editorial | 7 comments

This Month in WordPress — August 2015 Edition

It seems a bit crazy to think that 2016 is just a few months away, and yet… here we are. With Summer winding down in here in America, there’s a lot to look forward to — like the Pumpkin Spice Latte from Starbucks finally coming back when Fall gets here. On a more serious note, though, this...

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Just How Big is WordPress Exactly?

Posted on August 28, 2015 by in Editorial | 20 comments

Just How Big is WordPress Exactly?

WordPress is aiming for 50% market share, in Matt Mullenweg’s own words from an interview with Kitchen Sink WordPress: The next goal is the majority of websites. We want to get to 50%+ and there’s a lot of work between now and then. As the percentage increases, it gets harder and harder to grow the...

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The Month in WordPress — July 2015 Edition

Posted on July 31, 2015 by in Editorial | 6 comments

The Month in WordPress — July 2015 Edition

Yup — that’s right. Another month has come to a close. As I’m writing this, I’m enjoying the sunshine and a bit of summer fun here on the West Coast of U.S.A. (Yay, summer!) This month (as usual) has been another great month for Elegant Themes and WordPress enthusiasts alike. And just...

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This Month in WordPress—May 2015 Edition

Posted on May 31, 2015 by in Editorial | 8 comments

This Month in WordPress—May 2015 Edition

2015 is just flying by. Seriously, how is it already June? I wouldn’t believe it, but my allergies and the calendar all seem to agree (*meh*). The month of May has been full of quite a bit of WP awesomeness, and we’ve compiled another news round-up with WordPress goodies from around the...

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The Future of Content Creation in WordPress

Posted on May 25, 2015 by in Editorial | 25 comments

The Future of Content Creation in WordPress

For as long as most of us can remember, WordPress has used TinyMCE as an interface for content creation. The intention behind using such an editor was to make blogging accessible to all – no need to learn HTML; just get writing. As the world’s most popular content management system, WordPress deserves...

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