WPSeek Mobile: A WordPress Function Reference on the Go

WPSeek is a search engine for WordPress functions, filters, actions, and constants. The site, created by Oliver Schlöbe, has been serving developers and theme authors for more than five years. A couple months ago, Schlöbe released a free WPSeek Android app, making the function reference and search engine easy to (more…)

How to Reblog Articles From Pocket to WordPress

Pocket is a handy service for saving articles to read later. It has mobile apps for every platform and its own reader that makes any content easy to read on the go. Once in awhile you read an article that really inspires you. Pocket’s tagging feature makes it possible to (more…)

WordPress Weekly Featured Image

Marcus Couch and I were joined by Peter Bui of PB WebDev. Bui who lives in Sydney Australia produces the JoomlaBeat podcast. JoomlaBeat is a weekly podcast produced as a resource for the Joomla community. This episode is a civilized and informational conversation that discusses the similarities and distinct differences (more…)

WordPress Movie Meme Featured Image

What started off as a simple request to bring back the #WPvideogames meme on Twitter has turned into the craziest bunch of #WPmovie titles I’ve ever seen. The meme was started by DerpPress. DerpPress turns ordinary WordPress news and events into comedy gold. However, no one knows who the mysterious (more…)

Tickets Now On Sale for WordCamp Europe 2014

WordCamp Europe organizers announced today that tickets are now on sale for this year’s event, which will be held in Sofia, Bulgaria, on September 27th – 29th. Last year’s event was by all accounts a smashing success and included diverse attendees from around the world. Approximately 70% of those in (more…)

Speed Up WordPress With Lazy Load for Videos

Embedded content with external requests can really slow a site down. This is especially true when the requests cannot be cached and the content would be impossible to host on your own domain, i.e. third party videos from Youtube and Vimeo. Calling external resources in these instances is unavoidable, but (more…)