Ghost On Wp

Experience Ghost blogging platform on WordPress

Ghost or WordPress : Which is better? Ghost is a neat publishing focused blogging platform. Ghost allows you to write and publish your own blog, giving you the tools to make it easy and even fun to do. While WordPress works on a multi dimensional philosophy and not just limited to publishing. I was excited to try Ghost when it first released. I thought that it would be a little more nice than WordPress. But definitely, it didn't come that strong.…

Writ WordPress Theme

Introducing Writ : A free Responsive WordPress Theme framework for writers

Important An updated version v 1.1.1 of Writ has been submitted to WP repository. It contains several improvements. Adventurous users can download the file using this link .   Writ is a new & my first publicly available WordPress theme framework that is specially made for story writers, legal blogs and content based bloggers. You can download the latest version of this theme directly from WordPress.org.  About  Writ (noun: a piece or body of writing) is based on _s theme framework by Automattic and is aimed to…

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How to Publish and Proofread? : Awesome Blogging tools for Windows

I am an experimental Windows user. I find, install and experiment several new applications on my Windows PC every week. Most of the applications and tools, I have installed are directly or indirectly about  desktop publishing. Some of them are aimed to help me with my study and some others are for web development . In addition to them, there are many other Windows applications which are intended to help me in publishing stuffs online. In this post I have listed…

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We are now using MathJax!

The very first trouble I faced, while moving the blog from WordPress.com hosting to WordPress.org, was due to a bug in WordPress's OPML importer. The 'importer' messed up with all LaTeX equations on this site -- just by deleting a single but very important string from all LaTeX codes. If you are really moving your WordPress content from one blog to other and you have mathematical codes or any other type of coding like C, Perl, PHP and Unix stuffs, then…