WordPress.com has just announced the portal FoodPress an aggregator of publications related to food, the pleasure of food.
This web feeds (never better) said) of the entries published in WordPress.com that contain tags like food recipes baking or cocktails so if you want receive links, positioning and extra traffic for your site you can start using those labels in your entries of your gastronomic blog.
FoodPress works in a similar way to the launch that we did in Media and Networks recently, DiarYo not monopolizing traffic from the originating sites of the publications, but with the permalinks directed to the original site, which will help the positioning of each entry and site.
I imagine that if the experience is good soon there will be more porta vertical, thematic, on other types of WordPress.com tags so you know: always label your tickets.
Mimbo Theme is one of the most veteran and fantastic templates out there, especially for portal or magazine type sites. Now in its version 3 recently released, it has advanced features that make it even better. The best thing of all (perhaps) is that there are locations to put it in a multitude of languages, including Spanish.
If you want to try it somewhere that requires this type of design, here are the links you are waiting for:
I take advantage of the occasion to announce that tomorrow I started what I wanted to call The Week of Themes in which I will publish (at least) a theme a day, translated into Spanish of course. This theme is just an advance so stay tuned to this page because there will be news, good templates (some spectacular) and even some surprise. If you do not want to miss anything you can subscribe to Feed or by email even follow the news on Twitter . You can also sign up for the Facebook Event that I created from the WordPress Help Group where you can also sign up.
With this trick we are going to get a little closer to converting WordPress into a portal system being able to show – as do others CMS more oriented in this sense – the ] last users that have registered in your blog .
You just have to paste the following code in the place of your template where you want the list to appear, usually in
sidebar.php :  In this case the last 5 registered users will be shown, if you want to change it you just have to change the number of the SQL query that makes the code.
What I am going to explain today is a virguería … "lo seeeee", but it approaches the concept of WordPress as Portal to give a blog in this CMS more utilities than, in principle, understood as own.
And is that if your site made with WordPress includes a blog as a separate component rather than as a main function, you can choose put blog posts and files (categories, tags, date, author) in its own subdirectory (for example "blog").
First enter you admin panel click on "Options -> Permanent Links" (permalinks).
What you have to do is customize the structure of the links . If, say, your current structure is this:
You save and that's it. Now your permanent links to posts and files will contain the subdirectory that you have entered. Easy huh?