Owner of the hugely popular Weblog Tools Collection blog. His blog can be found right in your Dashboard under “Other WordPress News”.
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WPCookies as name suggests provides you all the WordPress related hacks, tips, tricks, codes aswell as Inspirational stuff to help you make your blog better. We at WPCookies aims to provide to the point and useful content rather than writing pages of useless stuff, because we understand the importance of your time.
At WPCookies you will get codes and help for all your WordPress related problems also we review useful plugins and themes to make you better choice for your blog.
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This is a free, community driven Q&A for WordPress developers and administrators. It was created through the open democratic process defined at Stack Exchange Area 51.
This is one of the many WordPress tutorial and resource sites offering help to others looking to increase their knowledge of WordPress.
WPCandy, the most definitive WordPress news and information website on the planet. On a daily basis, you’ll find the following here: news, editorials, reviews, podcasts, interviews, and tutorials. We take on blogging with a journalistic edge, which means we trim the marketing and PR fat and focus on the facts.
Lots of great tips and general hacks that you can use to make your site more powerful.
The “unofficial” voice of the WordPress community Jeff has built an outstanding resource known as the WordPress Tavern.
He is also founder and host of the WordPress Weekly podcast.
WordPress Hacks was launched nearly three years ago for reviewing WordPress themes, plugins, as well as providing tips and resources to the community.
It is one of the best places to start learning how to hack WordPress, I know first hand cause I visited it a lot when I started coding for WP.
Ian, a WordPress developer and designer, is the creator of the Thematic Theme Framework which the new WordPress default theme TwentyTen is based on.
He is also the leader of the official Automattic Theme Team which oversees submissions to the WordPress theme repository.