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WordPress has risen to be a powerhouse on the Internet that now dominates the blogosphere. It was started by the (now) 25-year-old Matt Mullenweg . Last week he was on This Week in Startups with Jason Calacanis. On the show Matt revealed that WordPress has such a strong presence on the Internet that at least one in three Americans online have visited a WordPress blog in the last month. According to Alexa, the WordPress.com blogging service is the 19th busiest site in the world . Add to that the millions of self-hosted WordPress blogs out there based on the open source WordPress.org blogging software.
As one of the leading open source blogging platforms, WordPress has inspired hundreds (if not thousands) of plugins and tools to customize your blog. In this article, we've compiled a list of more than 300 of our favorites. This information is compiled from previous Mashable articles. If you enjoy this post, also see ONLINE MEDIA GOD and ONLINE PRODUCTIVITY GOD . For the blogger AjaxWP - Adds AJAX to all aspects of your WordPress site, which speeds up the load times.
Since last year, the WordPress themes market has grown incredibly. The reason? Great designs, of course, but also a lot of amazing new functionality. Top WordPress developers are always looking to get the most out of WordPress and use all of their knowledge to find ways to make their favorite blogging engine even more powerful.
Vous avez certainement déjà connu ça au moins une fois : vous écrivez un article, un commentaire ou vous remplissez un formulaire et Firefox plante, vous faites une fausse manipulation et vous fermez la page, etc. Et bien sur, en revenant sur la page, vous avez tout perdu… Lazarus est un plugin pour Firefox qui enregistre vos frappes au clavier dans votre navigateur et qui permettra de les ressusciter si jamais vous avez un problème.
Having tons of open tabs slows down Firefox. And as the tabs turn Firefox into an MB hungry monster, they also slow down your computer. Even if memory is not an issue, using Firefox with too many tabs just makes it tough to find anything. So what are your options? Just leave as is, discard the tabs, or move them to your helplessly unorganized bookmarks? Bad idea!