WordPress 2.8: Screenshots

WordPress 2.8: Screenshots

Summary: WordPress is the content management system behind some of the most popular sites on the web. The open-source web publishing platform is beloved for its elegance and extensibility. Check out our comprehensive screenshot gallery to see what you'd be in for if you used it.

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  • This is WordPress's dashboard. Each user from the lowest level to the highest has their own dashboard. This can cause problems with certain plug-ins not restricting their dashboard visibility as well as they could. For instance, certain plug-ins will show stats to all users, not just administrators.

    Each of the different elements on the dashboard can be dragged and/or collapsed, giving each user the ability to customise the interface to their tastes.

    (Credit: Chris Duckett/ZDNet.com.au)

  • Meet the "Add New Post" page — presumably the interface where WordPress users will spend most of their time. The rich text area is a pleasure to use and the media interface is equally as good.

    (Credit: Chris Duckett/ZDNet.com.au)

  • One of the first tasks for a new WordPress instance is to select a new theme for it. One of WordPress's big drawcards is the myriad themes available from other users and developers; there are literally thousands of pre-rolled themes, which you can customise to your tastes. You can even create your own.

    (Credit: Chris Duckett/ZDNet.com.au)

Topics: Open Source, Enterprise Software, Social Enterprise

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Chris started his journalistic adventure in 2006 as the Editor of Builder AU after originally joining CBS as a programmer. After a Canadian sojourn, he returned in 2011 as the Editor of TechRepublic Australia, and is now the Australian Editor of ZDNet.

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