WordPress is by far the most popular WordPress CMS on the internet. Though some people might say it’s doomed, but still it’s the best content management system.
I don’t think I’ve come across something, that doesn’t work with it. If you want to add a new functionality to your project, than chances are there is a theme or plugin available for that.
WordPress is almost a decade old and there are ton of WordPress sites including blogs, theme shops, SaaS, etc. In last few years the software has so evolved that today more than 50% of top 100 sites in the world are powered by it.
WordPress Resource Websites
WordPress is an awesome blogging software, not because big sites like SpeckyBoy or Mashable uses it, but because of its community that’s always ready to help you without wanting anything in return.
The community is so powerful that there are more than 20,000 plugins & 1731 themes available in the directory. Not just that, there are a number of useful WordPress resource sites that offer extensive tutorials & WordPress-related content.
The WordPress Codex has a huge amount of articles on almost everything from installing WordPress to building themes & plugins.
Speckyboy is great resource for designers and developers, but in last few months the WordPress section has evolved into a collection of useful and practical WordPress-related articles.
The extended category features quality articles about developing clean, smart and fast websites with WordPress. The articles are intermediate level, with an emphasis on practical, hands-on discussions related to WordPress. Curated by Jeff Starr, who also happens to own DigWP, another WordPress resource site.
Started by Devesh Sharma in 2010, WP Kube features a ton of useful tutorials and articles for beginner and intermediate users.
The blog is full of useful information, tutorials, interviews and resources.
You will mostly found ramblings and non-WordPress related articles on the homepage, but if you search for WordPress Justin has some of the most amazing & detailed tutorials.
Tom is a self-employed developer and blogger, who shares detailed tutorials & code snippets through his Personal blog. He sometimes write at WPDaily as well.
Paul, the author of Paulund publishes useful code snippets and straightforward articles. If you’re a WordPress developer, than this blog is definitely for you.
Post Status is a place to get the most interesting WordPress content available in the community in a very short amount of time.
This tool allows you to manage multiple WordPress powered sites from a single dashboard. Easily manage and backup your sites from one powerful dashboard. Perfect for those who runs a ton of sites.
WPEngine is a premium managed hosting for WordPress. WPEngine provides expert WordPress support, Secured, Infinitely Scalable and evercache technology.
Sucuri is a malware monitoring and site cleanup service for websites. The pricing starts at $89.99 / year, for 1 website.