Perth, Western Australia, Australia
i do. though i don't really use it as a blog. just as an easy way of keeping a website up to date and nicely formated. and if i get sick of it, i can just change the theme without having to rework the entire thing. http://jesseolearyphotography.com/
I have a WP blog embedded into my regular HTML site. I try my best to update it on a regular basis; however, that gets to be problematic sometimes. It's just hard to keep up with it when I'm busy shooting. I'm sure others with a blog have the same problem.
I do, Wordpress rocks. I use a premium theme that lets me easily create galleries, slideshows, music, turn off comments:
http://borealphotography.joogio.com/ I host my site on my own private server space hosted through namecheap.com
Wordpress installed on my server. I'm just getting started with it. I'm phasing out my site and replacing it with Wordpress so please forgive the transience and general discombobulation.
http://www.photoblog.fatkittystudios.com Anyone use photocrati?
Just started putting mine together a couple days ago.. Mostly cause I wanted a mobile friendly site and I hope to be more use friendly than my current website that I cut/pasted/typed in from scratch... I'll be clicking through the above examples and asking how to questions soon
Thanks for the the thread!
just this week one of my client's wordpress sites got hacked and i upgraded wordpress on one of ours and now it's not compatible with our theme so we have to scramble to find a new theme. the fun never ends with wordpress!
Michael Pandolfo wrote: Once I get my 4-year degree in WordPress Functionality I should be able to understand how to use it a bit better. Until then, it's a lot of staring at the page and features and saying "WTF?"