The world’s biggest tech startup is building its own platform for hosting WordPress blogs.
The startup, called Turnkey, has raised $8 million in Series B funding from Google Ventures and other investors.
The company has said it plans to add more than 1 million new WordPress sites a year to its platform, which it says can handle up to 500,000 blog posts a month.
But it says the goal of turning WordPress into a fully featured, full-featured platform is far more ambitious.
The project aims to create a new platform that enables WordPress to be used in a variety of different ways.
The site is not set to launch until mid-2020, but according to a blog post published today, it will offer a “complete suite of features” including a fully functional WordPress CMS, “a new way to manage your blog” and a built-in blogging tools and features that are more than a decade old.
WordPress.com, the site for which Turnkey is named, launched in 2001.
It has since grown to become the most popular blogging platform in the world, with more than 80 million visitors a month and a market share of about 1.2 percent, according to comScore.
Turnkey said its platform will offer “the most comprehensive suite of services to help you write your own WordPress blog” in a future version of WordPress.
The goal of the new platform is to bring together all the tools WordPress developers have come to rely on for the site to be able to handle up the volume of posts a day and the amount of content it generates.
Turnkeys CEO, Michael Tofel, told Reuters that the site will “become the backbone for WordPress” because it has already served as the backbone to a wide variety of websites and services for developers.
Tofels vision is to build a platform that can allow developers to build and deliver WordPress apps for Android and iOS, he said.
Told of the project’s vision, a blog reader wrote that the new site’s focus on WordPress and a focus on a “pure” product seemed to make it sound like “a little bit like Microsoft.”
Tofell’s company, which has raised some $20 million in funding, is also working on its own Android and Mac apps.
The blog reader said the new company would focus on creating “a great experience for our customers and a great experience to make sure we get it right.”
The blog has not yet launched in its current form.
However, it does not seem like the blog has changed much since the announcement of the company in May.
While the blog’s homepage has been updated to show an updated logo, its posts do not appear to have changed significantly.
It’s still possible to access posts on the site from the new website, though, which includes an option to “view all posts,” “search all posts” and “post search.”
The new site has also launched a number of new features.
For example, the “post view” tab allows you to scroll through a user’s posts in a list, view their comments, and even view comments from the same user.
You can also view other people’s posts, view comments on other users posts and view the comments of other users.
The “read” tab lets you view a user in a blog or comments, view other posts in the blog, and read comments from other users, as well.
The new website also allows you “to embed posts into other sites like WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube.”
The site also has a “blog commenting” feature.
Users can create a comment and then click the “+” button in the comments box to add the comment to their blog.
The comments are viewable in comments sections, which are also available on the new page.
There is also a new feature that lets you “post comments to other sites” that use WordPress.
“The comment embed feature will allow you to post comments to a variety, or all, of the WordPress sites that use the WordPress platform,” the blog post said.
That means if you are posting comments to Facebook, Google+ or Twitter, you can embed those comments into your blog.
TurnKey will also offer an “easy way to create posts that can be shared across your blog and the wider web” through the “posts tab.”
The post says the blog will allow “users to easily post a comment to a WordPress blog, WordPress website, WordPress blog comment, and/or WordPress post.”
But the blog also said the feature is still in early stages and that it is “in the works.”