david peralty

David and I have an intertwined past as it relates to WordPress. While I was getting my feet wet writing about the project, David already had a few years of experience writing about WordPress on BloggingPro. In fact, he has over 130 archived pages dedicated to his name on BloggingPro. (more…)

This is a guest blog post written by David Peralty You can follow him on Twitter. Recently, at Cross Media TO I was shown some great demonstrations of what companies are doing to bridge the gaps when it comes to the creation and distribution of ideas, and it got me (more…)

This episode of WordPress Weekly marks David Peralty’s last episode as co-host of the show. He is moving on to other endeavors in his life and I wish him the best of luck. As for what we talked about during the show, plenty of stuff revolving around themes. You’ll want (more…)

Unfortunately, the time has come yet again to announce that I am looking for a new co-host for WordPress Weekly. David hasn’t been fired or anything like that, but his interests and passions have changed to the point where it doesn’t make sense for him to continue on with the (more…)

In this Jeffless episode of WordPress Weekly, David Peralty mans the ship by himself covering a number of different topics such as whether trackbacks should be dumped by bloggers, codepoet.com, WordPress MU/BuddyPress Contest, punishing IE 6 visitors and much more. I gave this show a listen on the deck of (more…)

Andrew Rickmann who has been around the WordPress Theme block a few times recently wrote up a detailed review of David Peralty’s WordPress Unlimited theme. In his review, he mentions how good it is to see a premium theme go against the grain by nailing down the basics first and (more…)