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How to Customize WordPress Admin Area (Dashboard) for Beginners

Have you ever felt that your WordPress dashboard has additional clutter that you do not want. Sometimes added by additional themes, plugins, or maybe you don’t like one of the default widgets. Well in this article, we will share how just a beginner can customize their WordPress admin area to look the way they want it without editing a single line of code.

What’s Coming in WordPress 3.1 (Features)

Not too long ago, we were talking about WordPress 3.0, but from the looks of the development track, we are on our way to WordPress 3.1. From the scope, it looks like the new version will be out sometime in mid December 2010. There are some very exciting features that will be added, so lets get right on it.

How you can help save other WordPress users some time?

WordPress is a great platform and that is only because it has a great community behind it. There are thousands of plugins in the repository that are available for FREE. Thank you awesome plugin developers who gave us that gift. Now it is our turn to give back.

WPBeginner is now Powered by MaxCDN

Last week, we were able to work out a deal with one of the biggest Content Delivery Networks (CDN) known as MaxCDN to accelerate WPBeginner’s load time. Earlier this week, we made a few changes to WPBeginner in terms of site optimization.

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WordPress 3.0 – Thelonious Features (Video)

Most hyped up WordPress 3.0 has been officially released. WordPress 3.0 is one of the thirteenth major release of WordPress open-source platform. Along with some of the most impressive features, this release also fixed 1217 bugs. Some of our favorite features include: Twenty Ten Theme, Advanced Menus, Custom Post Types, and ability to upgrade multiple plugins from the plugins page.

How to Add an Edit Post Link to WordPress Posts and Pages

Majority of the top themes have the quick edit button included, but there are still theme designers that fail to include this simple feature in a theme. In this article, we will show you how you can add a quick edit button in your WordPress posts and comments.