WangenWeb is run and written by Kristin K. Wangen. The site was originally a merge of (WordPreciousss) and (One Woman Show/ WP Stuff).

What WangenWeb has to offer is some of the plugins and themes I’ve made for WordPress and WPMU, together with articles on WordPress, web development and blogging.

I’ve chosen to write about things that’s “close to home”, which means that the site’s content will be reflect my thoughts and experiences.

I will also priority to write tips, docs and tutorials for people using my themes and/ or plugins.

I also have a goal to update the site on a weekly basis, but I will not promise anything.

And a little about me

I’m 31, live in Norway and is a full time student at The Norwegian School of Information Technology (NITH).

I have five years of experience running different kind of websites, three years of them dedicated to find the “mysteries” of WordPress and WordPressMU. I’ve just started to look into bbPress.

I care strongly about Web Standards and Web Accessibility and it’s always my aim to make any plugin or theme as accessible a possible, - and I always code against XHTML 1.0 Strict.

And, of course, I do believe code is magic.

My other sites

This is not the only site I have, and below you’ll get an overview of the other sites I run and maintain. Most of them are in Norwegian, and some of them are purely personal sites/ blogs.

  • MiniBlog It! (English) - offers free hosting of Miniblogs
  • NorBlogg (Norwegian) - offers free installation and hosting of WordPress
  • Zha’vu’Keldi (English) - Zha’vu’Keldi is one of my personal sites and is a presentation of my self-created fantasy world. The site uses WordPress as CMS.
  • NatseCorma (Norwegian) - NatseCorma is also one of my personal projects, and the site offers free blog hosting for Norwegian fantasy- and sci fi fans. Powered by WordPressMU.
  • Rablebloggen (Norwegian) - My personal blog.