Sarah Gooding

WordCamp Miami Adds BuddyCamp to 2014 Event

Over the weekend, WordCamp Miami announced a date change for the 5th anniversary event. It’s now pushed up to to May 9-11, 2014. BuddyPress designers, developers and enthusiasts will be pleased to know that the organizers of the event have also given the green light to host another BuddyCamp Miami. (more…)

ManageWP Is Now Integrated Into cPanel With SiteGround Hosting

ManageWP announced today that it has made its way into cPanel on sites hosted with SiteGround via their new hosting partnership program. SiteGround customers will now find a ManageWP button within cPanel, which includes one click ManageWP account activation and also allows users to automatically add existing websites to the (more…)

Hosting Companies That Have WP-CLI Pre-Installed

WP-CLI was one of the most exciting WordPress tools to be released a couple of years ago in 2011 and has quickly become an indispensable part of many developers’ workflow. The project was originally created by Andreas Creten and is now maintained by Cristi Burc─â (Scribu) and other contributors. WP-CLI (more…)

WordPress Adds Per-Ticket Notifications to Trac

Andrew Nacin is on a roll with adding improvements to the WordPress core trac. During the holiday break he worked on a design refresh for tickets, enhancements, bug fixes and more ways to sort tickets. Today he announced per-ticket notifications, an exciting new feature that will help you stay updated (more…)

10 Free Chrome Extensions for WordPress Users

In December of 2013, w3schools reported that Chrome has captured 55.8 % of the global market share of top web browsers, with Firefox at 26.8% and IE coming in at 9.0%. With Chrome usage on the rise and now dominating the web, we’d like to highlight a few tools that (more…)

Help Shape BuddyPress Development in 2014

BuddyPress is about to enter development for the 2.0 release and the core team is seeking input from the community on what to prioritize for 2014 development. John James Jacoby posted on the BuddyPress blog to invite all users, developers and interested parties to weigh in on BuddyPress in the (more…)