11. WP Explorer
WP Explorer takes a similar approach to that of WP Lift—it’s a working mixture of useful information and reliable theme and plugin reviews. Don’t forget to visit the Freebies section to admire a handpicked collection of excellent WordPress themes. The blog combines complex articles, theme and plugin compilations, and reviews. WP Explorer could be your daily dose of information to keep you up-to-date on WordPress novelties.
EnvatoTuts+ is a huge network of blogs focused on design and development. No matter if you are an SEO expert, an entrepreneur, or a WordPress enthusiast, you will find valuable content on EnvatoTuts+ for your niche. Certainly, WordPress is a central topic in the Code section.
WordPress-related articles are mostly geared towards the medium to expert level, but the plugin and theme showcases are for everyone. Besides the valuable blog posts, readers have at their disposal courses and books to sharpen their skills. It’s no exaggeration to say that EnvatoTuts+ is an excellent learning hub for designers and developers.
13. WP Eka
WP Eka impresses with its uncluttered, reader-centered design. The content is valuable and fascinating too. The posts are written to be quickly read and present precious tips for WordPress users. The Interviews section is a feature unique to WP Eka. Many well known developers and bloggers are featured in this section. It’s quite inspiring to find out how others deal with WordPress challenges and personal issues and how they run their businesses.
14. WP Mayor
Jean Galea founded WP Mayor in 2010. Since then, it has become a reputable resource heavily visited by WordPress addicts. It’s crystal clear that this blog is full of tips and tricks to streamline your work. Consider checking out the objective and detailed reviews of various WordPress products and services, or visit the Jobs section to check out a handpicked collection of job opportunities.
15. Torque Mag
Unlike the majority of WordPress blogs, Torque Mag is more focused on news and events rather than rounds-ups. If you want to stay up-to-date on what’s new in the WordPress universe, then Torque Mag is for you. Conversely, Torque Mag authors publish plenty of in-depth articles aimed at improving users’ skills.
16. WP Tavern
WP Tavern is one of those WordPress blogs that have successfully lived through years of competition. It was founded in 2009, and it’s still the main point of reference for WordPress news. Visit WP Tavern to get the news about the latest WordPress versions, future plans for the WordPress community, WordCamps, plugin updates, and experts’ insights. You can also subscribe to the WP Tavern weekly podcast to listen to cool people who love WordPress.
Smashing Magazine needs no introduction. For many years, it has been the most appreciated blog by designers. Smashing Magazine has grown from a simple blog to a massive entity. The team behind Smashing Magazine organises conferences and workshops, sells books and digital products, and writes first-class articles.
WordPress articles are written by experts such as Daniel Pataki and Leonardo Losoviz. The truth is that there are only a handful of WordPress articles, but their quality convinced me to feature Smashing Magazine on this list.
18. WP Newsify
WP Newsify is one of the youngest WordPress blogs, and it promises to bring something new to the table. Here you will enjoy a nice mix of articles presenting tips and tricks for WordPress users, detailed reviews, and many good deals.
Another plus of WP Newsify is the diverse topics—from WordPress security for advanced users to practical tips for basic on-page SEO, there’s something for everybody. Be sure to check out this blog irrespective of your skills to keep up-to-date with WordPress community.
19. Cats Who Code
This is a blog mostly for developers, but I have no doubt that you will get something out of visiting it now and then. I appreciate the concise content very much—the posts are short and focused on practical aspects. There’s no fluff, just pure information!
20. WP Shout
WP Shout targets medium to advanced WordPress users. Server administration, back-end development, and security are some of the most common topics featured on WP Shout. The posts are well written, and some of them have videos showing the author’s workflow. It’s very helpful for users with limited skills.
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