WordPress CMS

“I suppose it is because nearly all children go to school nowadays and have things arranged for them that they seem so forlornly unable to produce their own ideas.”
Agatha Christie

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Unfortunately, GoDaddy bought out my webhost, WebFaction. This has meant that I have had to change hosts. It has been a struggle to find a webhost that matches WebFaction's performance, support, and price. This also means that this site has had some periods when it was not available, and certain resources are still not available. I am hoping that I will have all these issues sorted out by February 1, 2019. I apologize for any difficulties this may cause you and I thank you for your patience.

I love WordPress. WordPress has taught me so much and enabled me to do so many things. It's not just software; it's an entire community that gives back ten-fold what you put into it.

I'v recently been rearranging things here:

Plugins

d12 Message Blocks

This plugin makes it possible to add MediaWiki-style message blocks to the top of your pages and posts.

d12 MLA Citations

Seeing Red

Make It So

He's Dead, Jim

Themes

  • You can view the plugins I've created for WordPress on wordpress.org
  • You can see demos of those plugins on my new WordPress demo site
  • The documentation for those plugins is on my wiki
  • I've also created a new theme for WordPress: Atticus Finch. It's still in beta, so it's not yet available from wordpress.org
    • You can view a demo here.
    • You can view the documentation on my wiki.

I have written a number of WordPress tutorials, which you can read on my tech blog, Up Past Midnight. I also write tutorials for the Graphene theme.

How to Cite this Page:

  • Odle, Kenneth John. "WordPress CMS." kjodle.net. 10 July 2017. Web. 2 April 2020. <>