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Theme Updates

Foodica 1.2.0 Released: New Blog Layout & Performance Improvements

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We’re very excited to announce a major update for Foodica, our most popular theme at the moment!

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Foodica 1.2.0

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Resources

14 Blogs to Follow for WordPress tips

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It’s hard to keep track of all the WordPress news, announcements and articles. There are so many blogs! Fortunately, in this article we’ve put all the best blogs for “all things WordPress” in one place.

We’ve hand-picked each site and made sure they’re factual, frequently updated and up-to-date with the latest. The sources are different and provide with a wide range of content, from articles and interviews to announcements and releases, covering any range of experience and skill level.

Let’s get straight to it.

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Theme Updates

Tribune 4.0 Released

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We have big news for everyone using Tribune theme or planning to buy it! The theme has undergone a major re-design along with addition of many new features and improvements.

Tribune 4.0 Theme

Tribune 4.0

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Tutorials

How to Start a Food Blog from Scratch

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In the last decade, blogging has been rising unlike any other web-trend. WordPress, both as a hosted and self-hosted version, has been the CMS of choice for 48% of Technorati’s Top 100 Blogs (statistics). Blogging varies from topic to topic and covers generic topics like fashion and design to very specific niches and topics that people are passionate about.

While there are infinite topics to write about and many ways of starting a blog, in this article we’ll cover the process of starting a food inspired blog. Continue Reading →

Tutorials

How to move your WordPress.com blog to self-hosted WordPress

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The commercial relationship between WordPress.com and WordPress.org is subtle and confuses many people. They’re actually two separate entities:

  • WordPress.com offers a hosted (or “managed”) version of WordPress with a limited amount of control and themes. It’s free with paid-for addons.
  • WordPress.org lets you install your own version of WordPress on your own hosting. From now on we’ll just call it “self hosted WordPress”. This requires having your own hosting and domain name (we’ll cover these later).

There are many advantages to using WordPress.org. The additional flexibility gives you full control over your website – including being able to install any WordPress theme. Crucially, that includes all of WPZOOM’s WordPress themes.
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