Welcome to A World of WordPress Happenings. Not sure how else to put it but the fact of the matter is that there may not be a definitive WordPress world as we know it. This is what this website and forum is about and what we are trying to achieve; from all ends of the Hello WordPress World will be a long and happy road of discovery.

Fighting for resolve or just stuck between a rock and a hard space to get a theme reviewed? Share and share alike as we travel through the adventurous world of developers and WP team members, all working to make the WP (and Open Source) community a better place to thrive.

The emphasis on our discoveries should always focus on the Community aspect AND the Open(ness) Source aspect of what WP stands for—or what we want to achieve its standing is—as the key factor in our critiques and adventurous highlights of your experiences. In other words: please keep these factors in mind when you post content so that we can focus on how we can make things move better and move forward. there are endless possibilities and getting our heads out of the sand and working together is the first step to discovery.



a peculiarity of action, behavior, or personality; mannerism:
He is full of strange quirks.
a shift, subterfuge, or evasion; quibble.
a sudden twist or turn:
He lost his money by a quirk of fate.
a flourish or showy stroke, as in writing.
an acute angle or channel, as one dividing two parts of a molding or one dividing a
flush bead from the adjoining surfaces.
an area taken from a larger area, as a room or a plot of ground.
an enclosure for this area.
Generally there are two types of contributors: the novice and the veteran. The novice, as you would expect, is someone who may have little to no experience contributing to open source projects and may therefore feel slightly more anxious about his or her submissions than most. Then there is the veteran, who because of his or her length and breadth of experience may not retain interest in one project for very long. read more…