You may have noticed that your favorite Adobe Blogs are now sporting a new look and this is because we have finally migrated over to the popular blogging platform, WordPress.
With a strong ecosystem around WordPress, this is exciting news because there are so many more themes, widgets, plug-ins and overall community support available.
The more I learn about WordPress, the more I like it, and the more I want to tweak the various settings for a personalized experience. Since Adobe migrated my Blog, I have done quite a bit of research on WordPress, asked questions on Twitter, and watched quite a few video tutorials on YouTube.
One thing has become quite clear in all of this, namely, if I want total control of my Blog (i.e. super-admin rights), I really needed to host my WordPress Blog on my own domain and thus I have decided to launch: http://rjacquez.com.
The move has been exciting and no doubt a learning experience, but one I highly recommend if you are serious about Blogging, and frankly you should be. And although I didn’t take copious notes of the entire process, I have posted an at-a-glance list of what it took me to launch this WordPress Blog on my own domain.
I hope you follow me along as I continue to share my experiences as an Adobe Product Evangelist.