Jeff Chandler

Just wanted to give everyone a heads up on what I have planned for WordPress Weekly this month. On December 1st, I’ll be interviewing Raphael Mudge who is the lead developer of the After The Deadline plugin/service. AtD is the most recent acquisition by Automattic which is a contextual grammar (more…)

About a week ago, GravityForms version 1.3 was released to paying customers. This new version includes a number of additional features such as: Email Notification Routing – Now you can set up notifications to route to different email addresses based on rules that you define. Use one form to route (more…)

Here it is, the 17 minute interview I conducted with Matt Mullenweg during WordCamp New York this past weekend. I wish I could have recorded everything I discussed with Matt considering I asked him just about every question under the sun regarding this and that as it involves WordPress. In (more…)

Last week, thanks to the help of BHavesh, I was able to offer readers of WPTavern a pretty cool deal. Five club memberships. The only thing you had to do was tell me how you would use if it were in your hands. The post received a number (more…)

In this episode, I had the chance to welcome Alex King back to the show to talk about the WPHelpCenter, his Carrington theme framework and last but not least, his take on PremiumMod as well as his thoughts on building a business around GPL software such as WordPress. When I (more…)

This past weekend at WordCamp New York, I had the unexpected opportunity to meet and greet Anil Dash, founder of Six Apart the creators of MovableType. While some may wonder why I would bring an Automattic competitor onto a show about WordPress, I think Anil Dash has a lot to (more…)

I recently had the chance to send some questions over Darren’s way regarding the newest theme released by Pro Theme Design called TheLocal. This theme is aimed at the HyperLocal news market and contains specific items such as the weather, date and time, and an awesome front page that is (more…)

I’ve received a good amount of feedback from folks asking me to generate case studies on the use of WordPress when it comes to large scale use or heavy modified development. I’d love to do these case studies to find out the particulars on how WordPress is used in certain (more…)

This is a guest blog post written by Ronald Huereca, author of the blog, He is the founder of the Ajax Edit Comments WordPress Plugin. Ajax Edit Comments was first released for WordPress in April of 2007 in response to a reader’s frustration in leaving a typo in a (more…)

In the market for some new themes? If so, you can easily put yourself in the running to obtain a club membership. is a commercial GPL theme club which provides great support and designs all under one up front package price. I’ve worked with Bhavesh to obtain five (more…)

In this sleepy edition of WordPress Weekly, (since I was awake for 20+hours) I had a chat with Joseph Cefoli who is the guy in charge of The and Daniel Bachhuber of CoPress, a company specializing in the migration from College Publisher while also providing managed hosting. During the (more…)