You are interested in the WordPress world; you try to keep up with the news coming up every day regarding your favourite software: upcoming releases, new themes, new plugins, tutorials published by lots of different people all over the WordPress community… But all that watch takes a lot of your time.
The aim of this project is to spread the message that coal and unconventional fossil fuels, such as the oil sands, pose an unacceptable risk to humanity. This is because of the degree to which burning them increases the risk of catastrophic or runaway climate change.
All topics relating to coal and unconventional fossil fuels are within the scope of this project. For instance, that includes air pollution, mountaintop removal mining, water contamination, carbon capture and storage, social movements, legal issues, and more.
Not just a little, but A LOT!! You’ll find lots of sites powered by WordPress on this site.
My photography is the light I keep in my camera, thus the name of the site. I have had 5 solo exhibits and another one coming up in Boston. You can read about my thoughts on photography, art, fine art, etc. as well as tips and presentation summaries on various digital techniques.
Ever wish you could search for WordPress functions, template tags, function sources, user notes, etc all from one place? That is exactly what WPSeek.com allows you to do as it acts as a very slick WordPress centric search engine.
WPSeek was originally used to be a gateway page for the WordPress Helper FireFox extension but the site has expanded into something much more. For example, take a look at what this search engine offers:
- Results page
- Neat Auto-suggest that maps its content from anywhere within the function name
- Related Codex Documentation
- Code Snippets
- Top Google Search Results
- User discussions
- User Notes
- AJAXified results page; no need to reload page on any operation
Sucuri is a web integrity monitoring, site fingerprinting, and malware remediation site. Proudly blogs using WordPress, and helps clean up WordPress sites infected with yucky malware, hacks, and blacklisting problems.
WP Engineer was created by 3 WordPress Junkies, who love WordPress. We always try to show ways to make WordPress a little bit better, more convenient, more flexible or in short – just awesome! We will try to give our readers tips and tricks for their WordPress website.