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No spam, no nonsense. - June 6, 2013

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News & Articles

  • Ten Good Years (wordpress.org)
    It’s been ten years since we started this thing, and what a long way we’ve come. From a discussion between myself and Mike Little about forking our favorite blogging software, to powering 18% of the web. It’s been a crazy, exciting, journey, and one that won’t stop any time soon.
  • DreamHost Announces DreamPress in Beta: WordPress on Steroids! (dreamhost.com)
    DreamPress is a highly optimized, extremely reliable managed WordPress service that comes pre-configured to stand up to higher traffic loads and serve up server-intensive themes and plugins. This means it’s engineered for speed, advanced security, excellent reliability, and ease of use – all features that were created to make your lives easier!
  • The Best WordPress Posts Across the Blogosphere in May 2013 (managewp.com)
    WordPress bloggers have been busy! We have a bumper selection of posts for you today. They're not all directly WordPress related either; some articles are too good not to recommend, regardless of the topic.
  • How to build a (better) WordPress Community (remkusdevries.com)
    Here you have the presentation of Remkus de Vries, at WordCamp Transylvania, Romania, about how to build a (better) Wordpress community.
  • WordPress for iOS Sees Major Design Overhaul, 3.6 (wpdaily.co)
    Just as we had shared previously about the upcoming release it’s finally here and many of you have already downloaded and updated your apps on your iDevices. 3.6 boasts a crazy-new UI and it’s one that may herald a significant uptick of usage (hopefully) as the overall mobile experience is deemed more appropriate and better by the masses.
  • The Early Days of WordPress: Interview with Mike Little (wpdaily.co)
    Mike Little, one of the lesser-known founders of WordPress, is getting more and more attention that he rightly deserves with an even public honoring in an upcoming event. And for the WP10 event he joined a few other WordPressers in Manchester, UK with Simon Dickson. Check bellow the neat interview.

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Theme News

  • Keeping themes On Topic (www.woothemes.com)
    Today, we’re excited to share a design that is close to our hearts and is a project we’ve been working on at WooThemes HQ. No frills, fuss or unnecessary elements are included in this design. Everyone, say “hello” to On Topic, our latest WordPress theme.
  • The WooThemes Updates gets an update (www.woothemes.com)
    We’ve just released the WooThemes Updater 1.1.0, a little over 6 months since it’s first release. A few bugs have been fixed up and we’ve added some new features in we thought you’d like to know about.
  • Authentic Themes: Yet Another Theme Shop? (wpdaily.co)
    Authentic Themes, launched by AJ Clarke who is also part of WP Explorer, shared his thoughts on an announce post including some of the introductory pricing.
  • Catch Everest (catchthemes.com)
    Catch Everest is Simple, Clean and Responsive WordPress Theme which automatically adapts to the screen’s size, ensuring that your content is always displayed beautifully no matter what device visitors are using. It is based in HTML5, CSS3 and very own Catch Themes easy to use Theme Options panel which makes this theme highly customizable and flexible. Make your beautiful yet professional website in no time.
  • 10 Starter WP Themes, Frameworks to Try, Use (wpdaily.co)
    Love it or hate it you have to admit – WordPress theming business is one killer business to be a part of. Oh, and you can get started pretty quickly too – you don’t even have to start from scratch. Take these 10 starter themes/frameworks that could get you plugged in quickly to your own design and development.
  • Custom vs Pre-made WordPress Themes – A Look at the Pros & Cons (wplift.com)
    There are two big pros to custom WordPress themes. With millions upon millions of blogs running WordPress, any pre-made theme is bound to be used by not just a few others – but many. So right out of the gate you have a big advantage in terms of setting yourself apart from the competition.
  • 25 Stunning Parallax WordPress Themes to Inspire You (wpmu.org)
    Parallax scrolling is hot right now. First popularized by Nike, the number of site’s featuring the dynamic technique has exploded.
  • 30 Premium Yet Absolutely Free Clean and Minimalist WordPress Themes (wpmu.org)
    Complexity in design isn’t everyone’s cup of tea and often – and as the old adage goes – less is more.
  • Digitize your Portfolio (www.wpzoom.com)
    Today we’re very excited to announce the release of a new theme, Digital. Digital is a responsive portfolio for creatives packed with awesome features.
  • WP Aurora Responsive Multipurpose WordPress Theme (themeforest.net)
    WP Aurora is a very powerful, super clean and fully responsive design (try re-sizing your browser). Coded with care in HTML5 & CSS3, WP Aurora is easy to customize and well documented. Its very easy to setup, and comes with free lifetime support via our support site.


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