Plugins

How to Add Font Awesome Icons to WordPress Menus

Font Awesome is an icon font comprised of 369 scalable vectors that can be customized via CSS to change the size, color, add drop shadows, adjust opacity, etc. Though originally designed for Twitter Bootstrap, the font is available for use within any project. These icons have fewer compatibility issues because (more…)

As is tradition on WordPress.com, it’s that time of year where they turn on the snow machine. In order to accomplish the same thing for a self hosted installation of WordPress, you’d need to use a plugin. Great news if you’re already using Jetpack! If you have Jetpack enabled on (more…)

Industry Night with Marcus Couch

I’ve always been one to seek out those small little bridges of technology that can connect WordPress to the rest of the world. Roost is a good candidate for anyone who would like to push their content to an audience without the restrictions of having an app made. So pull up a chair, grab a cold one and join me in my conversation with Tim Varner of Roost.

You may have seen Cloudup links floating around here and there on Twitter. Though still in private beta, Cloudup now has expanded resources since being acquired by Automattic. In case you haven’t tried it yet, Cloudup allows you to easily share images, links, videos, code, documents and more. When you (more…)

Industry Night with Marcus Couch

WordPress Plugin authors like Evan Herman are my favorite kind of developers. He loves the WordPress community to a degree that when he gives his contact information, he always includes his WordPress.org user name! I would classify Evan as a “lunch bucket” type of developer. The kind of guy that (more…)