This is because it’s the ‘Default’ category in WordPress. So, if you forget to add a category to your post, it’s going to be put in the Uncategorized category. If categories are displayed with your posts or in your list of categories, it looks kind of lame.
On some WordPress sites I have worked on the captions run together when a gallery with captions is inserted into the post. This doesn’t happen on all sites and seems to be a CSS conflict.
This issue, however, can be quickly fixed by adding a small piece of CSS to your style sheet.
Almost three years ago I wrote an article about how to increase the size of the writing space in WordPress.
In the new version of WordPress, 3.5, that setting is no longer available under Settings > Writing. Instead you can increase the size on the writing screen and the setting will be retained each time you use WordPress.
I am not planning on review WooCommerce or it’s features other than to say I like it because there are plenty of reviews out there.