Rejoice, WordPress bloggers! Our earlier discussions have borne fruit in the form of directions to a virtual template mall.

Emily of How to Blog has generously pointed us to her “Comprehensive list of 115+ WordPress 1.5 Themes / Templates available for download“. She has also featured our How-to Guide and Layman’s Analysis on her own site. Thanks for the vote of confidence, Miss Emily!


Meanwhile, Ron has pointed out a plugin to preview a WP Theme without having to select and activate it. And Bryan knows of a good Image Plugin for WP and reminds us that the WordPress Codex site is a good place to go if you’re looking for anything about WP. Don’t forget the WordPress Support Forums too. And, wonders will never cease, as there is now a utility for importing Blogger comments! Andy Skelton tells us how.

And guess what… We’ve been linked! Aside from Emily’s generous mention of the WP vs Blogger post as well as its predecessor Making the Switch, Weblog Tools Collection also features our blow-by-blow analysis!

And that’s because so many of you shared your experiences with WP and Blogger, we are all the richer for it. There you go! Good things do come from sharing, don’t they?


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7 thoughts on “WordPress Goodies!

  1. Wow Pau, you sound so happy I’m not even going to ask why πŸ˜†

    It would be nice if you gave us a hint, though. πŸ˜‰

    Thanks for dropping by!

  2. It makes my life easier in finding a new theme (and other goodies) for my blog. By the way, I was never a blogger, I went straight to WordPress and your post comparing Blogger to WordPress was very informative.

  3. By the way, I hope you don’t change your permalinks settings anytime soon because I’m linking to some of your posts. Or if you are changing your permalinks, would appreciate a heads up. Thanks! πŸ˜›

  4. Bukas na rin yung WP CSS competition dun sa site ni Alex King (Where you can find most of the WP templates).

    Nga pala, I am also using this template for my articles archive. Ang linis ng Vanilla! :3 πŸ˜‰

  5. Hey Bambit, Coldforge (the WYSIWYG plugin author) left this comment on my blog for you… “Someone that used my Spell Checker plugin came up with a workaround to be able to Ò€œuseÒ€ both at the same time. He created a button that would temporarily disable the WYSIWYG and enable the Spell Checker for when he was ready to spell check. HereÒ€ℒs a link to his hack. Hope it helps.”

    Here’s the link:

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