Well, we all know how popular WordPress is. However, 30 million downloads is just plain insane. Yes, that’s how many times version 3.0 has been downloaded. The download counter showed 20 million only in October 2010. So basically there were over 10 million downloads in just the last 2 months!
Microsoft launched a new web development tool, called WebMatrix. The tool makes creation of web applications a breeze and is a complete one-stop solution for simple to moderately complex projects. It even has support for popular PHP-based open source applications like WordPress, Drupal and Joomla. WebMatrix also allows integration to Twitter, PayPal, Facebook, bit.ly, Groupon, Windows Azure, PollDaddy and Foursquare.
The blogging app all Windows Phone 7 users were waiting for, is finally here. “Writing and editing Posts and Pages is a breeze, as well as being able to quickly moderate comments and check statistics. And it’s all made to get you in and out quickly.”
WordPress recently launched a new HTML 5 friendly theme called Toolbox, for its popular blogging platform. The theme is extremely minimalistic though, so if you are interested you may have to tweak it to a fair extent. “A semantic, HTML5, canvas for CSS artists and an ultra-minimal set of super-clean templates for your own WordPress theme development.”
Have you ever faced a situation like this while using WordPress?
You have installed WordPress at your web hosting server. When you create a new user or send an email`from your website (e.g. example.com), the email at the recipient’s end shows something like firstname.lastname@example.org (instead of say email@example.com)?