Content summary: Next FIR Live on BlogTalk Radio on April 19; Josh Hallett and Mike Manuel in London […]
Today the BBC unveiled a new look to the BBC News website. It’s a refreshing update. I visit […]
Literally one click and, fifteen minutes later, the blog is upgraded.
Of course, you do need to do some advance preparations before clicking that button; more on that in a minute.
The first thing you notice about WordPress 2.5 is the spiffy new look and feel of the dashboard (your blog admin area), as the screenshot above indicates.
My first impression was that this re-designed structure focuses WordPress firmly on writing and publishing rather than blog administration or management, starting with the highly visible orange band containing links to ‘Write a New Page’ and ‘Write a New Post.’
The overall focus is on your blog rather than on WordPress. In other words, it’s about you not the platform you’re using.
It’s a significant change from the design and appearance of the dashboard that’s been familiar to every WordPress user for the past few years as this screenshot of the old dashboard shows.
Watching the unfolding PR disaster for British Airways over the catastrophe surrounding the new Terminal 5 at Heathrow […]
Overflow from FIR #331 on March 27: 1-Minute News Forrester opens technographic data The real roadblocks to data […]
Content summary: New FIR Book Review and FIR Interview podcasts coming in April; next FIR Live on BlogTalk […]
I was just updating the list of events I’m either speaking at or participating in as an attendee. […]
French president Nicolas Sarkozy is in the UK on a state visit, the first by a French leader […]
Content summary: How did FIR Live on BlogTalk Radio go this weekend?; new FIR Speakers & Speeches podcast […]
Content summary: University of Georgia PR student Lindsay Nicole Loughman assembled this report on the Digital Bootcamp, a […]
Social networking will become a ubiquitous feature of online life, says The Economist, but states that this does […]
Content summary: The live call-in episode on BlogTalk Radio. Our discussion topic: Is public relations a one-way, two-way, […]