In part III of my series on the various ways to manage your WordPress blog I’ll be comparing the WordPress Mobile website with the WordPress website.
The Mobile Web WordPress is just a basic text site with a series of tabbed screens. The default one when you go on the site is the stats tab, it lists your WordPress blogs with the number of visitors for today and yesterday, the next tab is the Post tab, it has a drop down menu to select which of your blogs you want to post to, then a title text box, the post text box. the Categories text box and the tags text box and save as draft and post buttons. The editor is more enhanced than the QuickPress widget on your blog Dashboard but it is still basic compared to the standard WordPress editor or Windows Live Writer 2011. Then there is a Bookmark tab and Logout tab.
If you have got a wordpress.com or even host your own blog using the wordpress.org Blogging software (for more on wordpress.org visit the official wordpress.org site here) you are probably using one of two options for writing your posts and that is either the basic QuickPress editor widget in your Dashboard or the more powerful enhanced editor that allows you to add url links either showing the full url or to mask the url link in a word that describes the link as well as to be able to work with the post using html code if you are proficient in working with raw html. The downside of this is that you can only write posts while you are online.
If you want a to write a quick post while you are on the move then I would recommend the WordPress Mobile site, but if you want a more powerful editor then I’d recommend the WordPress web editor.