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How To Install WordPress on Fedora 20

Introduction WordPress is a free and open source website and blogging tool that uses PHP and MySQL. WordPress is currently is a CMS (Content Management System. It is easy to setup websites and customize. In this guide, we will demonstrate how to get a WordPress instance set up with an Apache web server, PHP and MariaDB on Fedora 20. Prerequisites Before we can install and configure WordPress we must first... read more

Blogging with your Android to WordPress

Great news for all you bloggers suffering with apps to post to your blog. WordPress for Android 2.0 has been released and is available from the Android Market. According to the site. Dashboard The Dashboard is the first thing you see when launching the app. It provides one tap access to creating posts, moderating comments, viewing stats, and more. Screenshot of the new Editor in Version 2.0 of WordPress... read more

Remotely Posting with Windows Live Writer 2011

On an earlier post I mentioned writing about remotely posting to WordPress with a Windows Client. Well, we have arrived and I am glad to tell you there is a great free tool to do just that. Windows Live Writer 2011 is part of the Windows Live Essentials available for download. Windows Live Essentials 2011 can be found at It includes Messenger,... read more

WordPress on XAMPP

Recently after installing XAMPP on my system I wanted to start developing WordPress themes. The best way to accomplish this with Dreamweaver CS5 is to have a local install so that editing the files locally was easy. Looking around I found this is really an easy task to accomplish. First download the latest from WordPress. Once the download is completed unzip the files to C:\xampp\htdocs, this will create... read more

Remotely Posting Blogs WordPress 3.1

Recently I found the need to be able to use a Weblog client to connect to the sites and post content. There are several clients available to handle this task for Linux, MacOSX and Windows. As a matter of fact this post was created using GScribble (Linux). Installing the Weblog Client and trying to connect immediately will not work. You have to enable “Enable the WordPress, Movable Type, MetaWeblog... read more