Live Group Blogging with P2 WordPress Theme

By Posted 2009 Updated   BloggingWordPress

P2 wordpress theme is a revolutionary new theme designed by WordPress guys that allows real time blogging, is inspired by Twitter, and if you choose this theme, it will surely change your blogging style and that of your blog community too.

Earlier WordPress had launched Prologue Theme, which introduced the concept of microblogging on WordPress. Now P2 promises to be a major revamp of Prologue and is determined to be much faster and cooler. So what really makes P2 unique?

Powerful comment display options are the major highlight of P2 theme – there is a threaded comment display on the front page, easily editable by the cool in-line editing for comments, with a show/hide feature for comments, and real-time notification when a new comment or update is posted.

Posts are easily editable inline and live tag suggestions help quick tagging based on previously used tags. Quick keyboard shortcuts make the basic theme function really fast. Since you can now post from the blog front page, and everything is publishing and updating in real-time, you don’t need to refresh pages or even visit the dashboard!

View this video to see P2 theme in action.

So who really needs this P2 theme? Its a great theme for group blogging and collaborating with friends on group projects in schools and offices. Live blogging will be more interactive than ever.

P2 wordpress theme is reliable, well coded and is designed by the expertise of Automattic, the WordPress staff. P2 introduced a revolutionary new concept in blogging and promises to change the way you and your group blogs forever…


3 comments on “Live Group Blogging with P2 WordPress Theme

  1. Peta says:

    I wonder if this might be an alternative for Coveritlive.

  2. aditya says:

    i,ve been try it with my offline wordpress and its cool.

  3. Jennifer says:

    amazing theme
    Simple and Stylish
    keep up the good work

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