CSS3 introduces a few new font size units, including the rem unit, which stands for “root em”.
Developer Michael Dewildt released a new plugin this week called WordPress Backup to Dropbox that will automatically create backups of your blog and upload them to your Dropbox account. About the plugin’s design and purpose, Dewildt said: This has been created to give you piece of mind that your blog is backed up on a [...]
The folks at the popular marketplace ThemeForest reached a significant milestone this week: they now have over 1,000 WordPress themes listed on their site. In celebration of the occasion the folks at Envato (the company behind ThemeForest) have commissioned the release of free and original WordPress icons under a GPL license. Collis Ta’eed, co-founder of [...]
I’d like to take a moment and highlight some of the recent additions to the elite group of VIPs know as those who power WPCandy. If you’re new to WPCandy, you may not realize we don’t take advertising here. We don’t, not in the least. Instead, we accept donations (which we call powering WPCandy) and [...]
With this post we are one step closer to our Theme Madness 2011 champion. After these results, in fact, we’ll have only two more rounds: the Final Four and then the finals themselves. Has the fun just flew by or what? Below in this post the results are listed for the following games: StudioPress vs. [...]
Danilo Ercoli, developer of WordPress for BlackBerry, announced on the site that version 1.5 was now available in the BlackBerry App World (likely, unless it hasn’t been updated in your region yet). The new version brings with it new features, including some bug fixes along the way too. In the announcement, Ercoli had to say: We’re pleased [...]