WordPress, with search engine friendly permalinks enabled, uses Apache mod_rewrite to redirect web page requests to index.php. From that point onwards WordPress uses its own internal rewrite rules to determine what content to display for a URL. In this post I take a look at how to customize WordPress’ internal rewrite rules.
WordPress is the most popular blogging platform out there. WordPress has lots of great looking themes available for free. Serendipity is also a great blogging platform but it does not have the same range of excellent themes or templates that WordPress does.
Emails sent by WordPress can often end up in the spam folder because of a sub-optimal Return-Path email header. What does that mean and how do you fix it?
WordPress is by far the most widely used Content Management System (CMS) for websites on the World Wide Web. WordPress plugins allow you to extend the core functionality provided by WordPress.