Jeff Chandler

Some folks in the WordPress community were bummed when they found out that Alex King, the guy behind Crowd Favorite announced that he was going to shut down his side project, WordPress HelpCenter because it never gained the traction with developers that Alex was aiming for. This also provided Alex (more…)

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, I shared a couple pieces of information such as the WordPress Weekly podcast has now been properly archived within the WPWeekly category here on WPTavern. I also explained what I’ve been up to regarding the Tavern forum as well as some miscellaneous stuff. After (more…)

WooThemes has published the 5th iteration of their comic, WooVille. This time they have taken the WordPress themeing community and transformed it into a cool comic. It took me a little while but I eventually discovered the Woo Ninja who was cleverly in disguise with his surroundings. However, as was (more…)

Well, here is something you don’t get to read every day. Byrne Reese who was the former product manager of Movable Type and TypePad as well as an employee of Six Apart from 2004-2008 wrote a great article outlining the various facets that have contributed to the success of WordPress. (more…)

WordPress 3.0.5 was released the other day to address a couple of issues dealing with security and untrusted user accounts. While those issues were addressed, it was soon discovered that one of the security fixes for 3.0.5 created another problem of stripping HTML on display from people with the unfiltered_html (more…)

Today, I’ve done something that I haven’t done in a long time and that is schedule an episode of WordPress Weekly. This Saturday, I’ll be interviewing Lance Willett who is head of the theme wrangler team for Automattic. We’ll be discussing all sorts of stuff related to themes including the (more…)

While there has been a drought in WordPress Weekly, there is a brand new WordPress centric podcast to take a listen to called daWP show. The podcast is in it’s beginning stages with two episodes completed with another on the way. The show is produced by Josh Feck and covers (more…)

Is anyone out there interested in adding Post Format support to the WPTavern theme including the necessary styles to go with them? I’m willing to pay $20.00 to have this done as I’m currently working on some other things and don’t have time to add the support let alone the (more…)

For the first time since the shows creation, all shownotes for every episode can be found on one domain, WPTavern.com. One of the problems with WordPress Weekly is that I produced the show across three different domains. Jeffro2pt0.com, WeblogToolsCollection.com and WPTavern.com. On the Podcast page I linked to all of (more…)

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, I discussed some of the possible changes I have planned for WPTavern.com. I covered some history around why I started the site and why now, things have to change somewhat. Short and sweet episode this week. Ad Copy: This episode of WordPress Weekly is (more…)

This is just a friendly reminder that episode 108 of WordPress Weekly will be recorded this Saturday at 2PM EST. I’ll be talking about the news stories that caught my eye during the week, the release of 3.0.2, and last but not least, some changes to WPTavern.com. The changes are (more…)

In this episode, I was joined by Grant Griffiths, one of the team members behind HeadwayThemes.com. During the show, we discussed a number of different topics such as how he got involved with WordPress, the awesome visual editor within Headway, how business has been treating him and much more. We (more…)