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Most Amazing WordPress Tip Ever

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February 27th, 2007
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Build more WordPress blogs. I tend to shy away from “me too” posts but I have to agree with this one. The more you Dive Into WordPress, the better you get at it.

Inspired by Zeo who was in turn inspired by Warpspire.

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  1. Will (1 comments.) says:

    I agree :-S

  2. Chris (3 comments.) says:

    Most Untrue Post Title Ever ;-)

  3. martin english (3 comments.) says:

    The idea is simple, the hard part lies in the execution.
    Just as playing more golf makes you a better golfer, more writing or coding makes you better at writing or coding. The challenge I have is finding the time to practice everything I want to get better at :)
    In the case of wordpress, of course, you can just use pre existing themes, but the great thing about CSS and HTML is that you can almost always find a way to see the code behind a design you like. In turn, you can copy and develop this code by adding your own ideas.
    Just start simple and make very few changes per iteration, so you can understand the effect of what you’re doing to the original.

  4. Truden (17 comments.) says:

    Yap, a friend of mine taught me how to drink.
    “You must learn how to drink without getting drunk – he said. – And you do learn it by drinking more and more…”

  5. subcorpus (3 comments.) says:

    so where is the tip … :P

  6. gidibao (10 comments.) says:

    I agree too! :mrgreen:

  7. Xander (1 comments.) says:

    Come on now, was that really worth mentioning?

  8. Nick at Hustler Life (2 comments.) says:

    Why build more wordpress blogs. Where am I going to find all this content. Can I just use WordPress MU to build more blogs using sub domains?

  9. mozey (1 comments.) says:

    well, enjoy the tip everybody!!!

  10. porra says:

    duh!

  11. Jonathan (81 comments.) says:

    Can I just use WordPress MU to build more blogs using sub domains?

    That sort of defeats the purpose. ;-)

  12. Cord (1 comments.) says:

    Thanks Captain Obvious. That was 10 seconds of my life I will never get back. Keep up the great work. :(

  13. Dee (1 comments.) says:

    Chris commented:

    In the case of wordpress, of course, you can just use pre existing themes, but the great thing about CSS and HTML is that you can almost always find a way to see the code behind a design you like. In turn, you can copy and develop this code by adding your own ideas.

    That’s how I’m learning WordPress. I took the Cutline theme and hacked it to my NBC Heroes news site, Heroes Info. A lot of trial and error but I like the new, reddit.com-like look.

  14. eustazio (1 comments.) says:

    Cord> I love your comment, so Youtubesque :)

  15. Reaper-X (2 comments.) says:

    Excellent, Superb, Magnificent .. that is the most useful wordpress tip i’ve ever seen :D

  16. bluepanjeet (1 comments.) says:

    ano daw?

  17. Flash Buddy (1 comments.) says:

    I’m reminded of a gal posting at Yahoo Answers who would post the most inane things; “Do you like spring flowers”. It was obvious her mission was to build up her score there.

  18. Matt Keegan (2 comments.) says:

    I agree! I now manage four WordPress blogs and my newest one, JetEmployment is skyrocketing. Thanks, WordPress!

  19. Storm (6 comments.) says:

    It’s usually better to give one thing 100% of attention than giving two things 50% effort and time.

    Still, I have fondled the idea of starting a second weblog with several different editors in my native language. Nobody reads my old weblog anyway.

  20. スロ (1 comments.) says:

    right!! you are a truy intelligent man hahahaha

  21. Marc (3 comments.) says:

    Lamest WordPress tip ever? ;-)

  22. Darin (2 comments.) says:

    It might be lame … however it got 25 ppl and now 26 ppl to read it and leave a comment!

    Good tip … i’m already on blog # 10!

    WordPress is the future … just wait and see!

  23. Tiyo (1 comments.) says:

    what a way to attract viewer :D
    put on a catchy title, and.. voila!



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