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WordPress is probably the most popular blogging platform and it can also be used as a CMS to power other types of websites, such as a portfolio site. However, with some creativity and a growing number of available resources, WordPress’s limits seem to be expanding constantly. In this article we’ll take a look at a combination of tutorials, plugins and themes that can help you to use WordPress in non-traditional ways. Hopefully you’ll find something that you can use, or at least something that will be a valuable learning resource for extending your knowledge and skills of working with WordPress.
In the past, I found myself spending countless hours tweaking my CSS and making everything work in Internet Explorer just as it would in Firefox. Everything changed when I found Firebug. In this tutorial, I am going to discuss how to use Firebug to make CSS development faster, and share some tips for a consistent look between browsers.