Good news for WordCamp organizers! There is now an official forum where WordCamp organizers can share tips, advice, and work together. Announced on the website by Andrea Middleton, new organizers are encouraged to ask questions while past organizers are asked to share their knowledge.

File this website into your resources area. WPGear is a compilation of useful developer tools. The site is filled with links to developer centric resources such as the WP-CLI tool, synching WordPress plugins between Github and the WordPress plugin repository and much more. The unique thing about this website is (more…)

Who doesn’t love a good code generator for WordPress? should definitely be added to your list of bookmarked resources as the site provides a number of different generators for common tasks such as WP-Config file, sidebars, custom post types, menus, and more. Best of all, the code generated from (more…)

If there has been one graphical element that has seen some changes over the years, it’s the template hierarchy diagram. The original diagram is located on the Codex and while it provides a graphical representation as to how Templates work within WordPress, it’s not pretty. I remember in 2008 when (more…)

The WordPress Planet is a collection of WordPress centric websites that aggregate their content into one stream of information. In 2009, I proposed the idea of refocusing the dashboard so that it presented more WordPress Centric content. While some sites have been added and removed from the official Planet WordPress (more…)

Adam Whitcroft has released a 300 icon kit for web and user interface design called Batch. Each icon is a single Photoshop layer making blend modes and scaling a breeze. According to the license, WordPress theme or plugin authors should be able to use these in their works: You are (more…)

DynamicWP has put together a list of 11 plugins that are especially helpful for writers using WordPress. One of the nifty plugins from that list that I discovered is AP Style Dates And Times. This plugin automatically abbreviates times and months according to the AP Style guide. The second resource (more…)

Are you one of those folks who can’t get enough WordPress in your RSS FeedReader? If so, has published their list of 99 different WordPress related websites. The list was comprised via publicly available data and is completely objective. It was cool to see WPTavern come in at number (more…)