What’s up guys?, it’s time for a new countdown that we’re sure more than one of you will enjoy. This post is dedicated to all the WordPress fans out there, we have joined together an extended list with over 100 WordPress-powered websites that feature some of the most eye-catching designs on the web. The list will also include BuddyPress-powered sites, which as most of you probably know, consists in an open source WordPress plugin that can turn your site into a fully working social network.
July Craft Beer Tour Schedule! While the region is known for its wineries, the craft beer scene is equally thriving. Part of our goal at OffRhodes is to introduce new folks to the world of craft beer, shining an amber light on the artistic, quality-driven side of alcohol. Each of our Hill Country Brew Tours includes […]
Part 1 of 4: Here I go over the fundamental alignment and positioning needed to develop optimal Kettlebell Swing technique. Part 2 of 4: This video covers how to turn proper positioning and alignment into the optimal movement sequencing and mechanics of the Kettlebell Swing. Part 3 of 4: Christine Norris and I go over […]
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I’m going to be flexible with the Latin pop definition to cover a wide spectrum of 2013 music that goes from the softer-mellower Latin pop to the harder more active music, and even bordering with alternative Latin music.
So give me some slack on this one, because this should be an interesting review of good Latin “popular” music.
On the softer side of this Latin music spectrum are a few gems! Andrea Bocelli and Natalie Cole provided some interesting Latin pop albums on the romantic side, both from non-Latinos (Andrea is debatable as Italians are technically Latinos – as Italian is a Latin language) – but you know that by Latino I mean Latin American.
WordPress powers more than 24% of the web — a figure that rises every day. Everything from simple websites, to blogs, to complex portals and enterprise websites, and even applications, are built with WordPress.
WordPress combines simplicity for users and publishers with under-the-hood complexity for developers. This makes it flexible while still being easy-to-use.
The following is a list of some of the features that come as standard with WordPress; however, there are literally thousands of plugins that extend what WordPress does, so the actual functionality is nearly limitless. You are also free to do whatever you like with the WordPress code, extend it or modify in any way or use it for commercial projects without any licensing fees. That is the beauty of free software, free refers not only to price but also the freedom to have complete control over it.