Plugins

In this information packed episode of WordPress Weekly, we were joined by Chris Lema. We discussed a number of topics on the show including the headlines of the week, WordPress in the enterprise, contributing to WordPress, approachable WordPress, and last but not least, whether Chris was actually the Kris Kringle (more…)

In this edition of WordPress Weekly, our special guest was Matt Mullenweg, co-founder of WordPress. After catching up with the headlines, we covered a wide range of topics with Matt such as: Automattic Fighting Back Against DMCA Takedown Abuse Giving The Keynote Speech At The Joomla World Conference Day Matt’s (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…)

For years, I’ve been telling WordPress users that the day we can control when and where widgets are displayed is the day WordPress takes a huge leap forward. I always thought instead of having a WordPress theme with sidebars of widgets displayed on specific posts or pages that it would (more…)

Earlier today, I read an article that took all of the hard work volunteers completed for inclusion into WordPress 3.8 and flushed it down the toilet. The main reason for their criticism is that WordPress is boring. The software is not changing enough to keep pace with competitors such as (more…)