A Library of WP-CLI Commands for BuddyPress

BuddyPress developers, here’s something new for your toolbox. Boone Gorges has created a WP-CLI community package of BuddyPress commands. This collection includes just a few commands that have helped him with BuddyPress development but he welcomes your pull requests. So far, the commands include: bp activate — Activate a component. (more…)

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In this episode of WordPress Weekly, I was joined by Marcus Couch and Matt Medeiros of Mattreport.com and founder of Slocumstudio.com. I threw out the show notes for this episode and instead, tapped into the collective knowledge of my guests to discuss the world of podcasting with WordPress. The first (more…)

30 Beautiful Brewery Websites Built With WordPress

While the WordPress community continues to grow and expand every day, so does the craft beer scene. So it only makes sense that a growing number of craft breweries are choosing to build their websites on WordPress. After all, WordPress and craft beer have a lot in common: enthusiasm, loyalty, (more…)

WordPress 3.8.1 was released today with more than 30 tickets resolved for this milestone. Automatic background updates will be gradually rolled out over the next 24 hours. One of the most notable fixes was switching Twitter oEmbed to SSL. Twitter changed its API, which broke Twitter oEmbed links across all (more…)

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Six weeks from now between March 7th and 8th, WordCamp Dayton, Ohio will be underway. This is the first WordCamp to take place in the Dayton area and is one of three scheduled in the state of Ohio. Sessions range from Podcasting for WordPress to WordPress Version control. There are (more…)

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The last time I spoke with Jason Schuller, it was 2008 at WordCamp Chicago. He had just launched his commercial theme company Press75. Since 2008, he’s launched a number of projects such as ThemeGarden, the first ever WordPress theme marketplace that gave 100% of the sale back to the theme (more…)

CodePen Releases Official WordPress Plugin

CodePen has released an official plugin for embedding pens in WordPress. If you haven’t yet discovered CodePen, it’s basically a virtual playground for frontend developers and browsing the site can be addictive. It’s a place where you can write HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code in your browser and then see (more…)