Joe Flyan from WPKube has an excellent article online that talks about how to work with multiple authors in WordPress. The guide covers user roles and suggests numerous plugins to make it easier to collaborate. With the recent addition of Marcus Couch to this website, it’s the first time in (more…)

Here we are at the middle of the month, a new WordPress Release Candidate waiting in the wings and lots of new plugins hitting the repository. Gotta love summer! Before we dive into the deep end in search of the coolest new plugins, please remember to always install these on (more…)

Earlier this week, WordPress 3.6 lead developer Mark Jaquith gave us an update on progress and notified us that the goal was to have an RC release by Friday. With just 30 minutes to go before it becomes Saturday on the East coast, 3.6 RC 1 has arrived. This gets (more…)

You have to give Daniel a lot of credit. He recently published his personal quest to conquer non-mortgage debt by selling his plugins. The debt amounted to $67,000 and he was able to pay it off in just 8 months. He is now creating an emergency fund equal to six (more…)

I invite you to watch Week In WordPress Episode 5 as yours truly and a group of WordPress faithful got together to discuss the news of the week. This episode features Adam Warner of FooPlugins, Curtis McHale of CurtisMcHale.com, and Pippin Williamson of PippinsPlugins.com. Among some of the topics discussed (more…)

It’s one of those things we do. Some people clip coupons, some collect stamps or dog trinkets. I dig through plugins. Lots of ’em. The most mentionable are listed here in what we like to call The Daily Plugin. While I don’t consider this everyday offering to be a review, (more…)

WPRemote is a quick and easy way to monitor multiple websites all for the price of free. However, they’ve recently launched a $5.00 per month/per site automatic backup plan. I caught up with the founders of this small service to see what their plans were for the future. What is (more…)

Page.ly has announced a brand new CDN service called PressCDN. Page.ly has partnered with a number of companies in order to provide a global distribution network. The biggest selling point they are pushing is speed. For those that don’t know, CDN stands for Content Delivery Network. A CDN is a (more…)

Staying up late finally paid off as I became one of the first to see a preview of the new PostStat.us redesign. In the latest edition of the Post Status newsletter, founder Brian Krogsgard outlined the various changes that the redesign encompassed. Since long form content has generated some of (more…)

Episode 18 of the Dradcast podcast featured the one and only Syed Balkhi of WPbeginner.com. It was a great show filled with excellent content including Syed’s recent giveaway aimed at helping to build a school. However, given that WPDaily has disappeared, I think the meat of the show starts at (more…)

Welcome once again to The Daily Plugin, where we take a look at the newest and most frequently updated plugins from the WordPress Plugin Repository. Remember to install new plugins on a staging site first as to not expose your valuable sites to any risk of plugin conflict or crashes (more…)

First off, it’s extremely weird to be writing about the demise of a website that not too long ago, was writing about the demise and resurgence of WPTavern. WPDaily, one of the many sites dedicated to all things WordPress has closed its doors today. The move comes as a shock (more…)