Win An All-Inclusive Premium News Theme Developer’s Package
Adii is running a special until Sunday, May 25th, where you can purchase 2 Premium News Themes, for the price of one. In spirit of this new special, Adii has also been kind enough to sponsor a mini contest over here at WPCandy. All you gotta do is purchase one of the Premium News Themes, leave a comment on this post and on Adii’s post saying you’ve purchased a theme, and you’ll automatically be entered into the contest. A random winner will be chosen from the participants and will receive An All-Inclusive Premium News Theme Developer’s Package, worth $499.95, for free. Participants also have until Sunday to enter.
It looks like Adobe prefers WordPress over Movable Type. Enough to display it publicly in the sidebar of their Penguin.SWF blog. The question is, why is Adobe using Movable Type if WordPress is clearly the better of the two?
Love to tweak your site’s theme while on the go, but don’t want to mess with the live copy? Learn how to install a local copy of WordPress on a USB drive. You geek.
Andrew of WP-Fun has brought up an interesting point about whether WordPress should have it’s own CSS Framework to make it easier when developing themes. I think this is an interesting idea that should be looked over by the Automatticans.
Wanna help out in the WordPress community? Jeff of Weblog Tools Collection has written up a great post on 24 different, both direct and indirect, ways, to contribute to the WordPress.org project.