WordPress is the CMS of choice for presidential campaign websites (six out of the 10 declared Republican candidates) and every single candidate is using an open source content management system (Drupal powers the rest).
WordPress isn’t a catch-all solution for news organization’s websites, but it is an excellent candidate to power small projects or microsites dedicated to big stories.
The new Poynter is more social; it brings more blogs into the stable, encourages reaction and conversation via Disqus comments and places related info next to content with a double right column.
How to display the subpages of a WordPress page with their meta, such as title, publication date, featured thumbnail, custom fields, excerpts and, of course, permalinks to the subpages.
From blog to blog network to full-blown sites, WordPress is behind these 10 notable web destinations, including Playboy and The Rally to Restore Sanity.
WordPress has a solid set of core features and is very extensible. Proof? Here’s 55 ways WordPress could be used by a media organization.
College newspapers are often limited by their own staff’s knowledge on web publishing, though the platform (usually College Publisher) is often blamed while very rarely used to its full extent.