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Gutenberg editor resources roundup

I got the chance to present a little bit about the new WordPress editor (Gutenberg) at the OKC WordPress Developer Group meetup this afternoon. I left there with more questions than I had thought of going into it, which is great, but still a bit unnerving. Thankfully, there are lots of really smart and dedicated […]

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Technology WordPress

Using WP-CLI on SiteGround cPanel Account

I recently moved my main site to SiteGround, which has been pretty nice so far. One of the little issues I’ve had has been the same as several other hosts: not using the latest version of WP-CLI on shared hosting accounts. It’s not unusual, and often not a major problem, but I recently came across […]

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Come Join the WordPress Community in OKC

Are you an advanced WordPress user? Core contributor? Theme and plugin developer? Maybe you’re a blogger, or looking to start. Or maybe you just inherited a site and have no idea what to do with it. Great! Come join us as we talk about all these things and more at the OKC WordPress Users Group! […]

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WordPress Is Community

I just attended my 13th WordPress Users Group Meetup, my tenth (out of 11) in the past year. Tonight when I looked around the room, I saw another example of what I’ve come to believe about WordPress: it’s not the software, it’s the people Tonight’s meeting was a perfect cross-section of WordPress users. Here’s a […]

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WordPress

Widon’t Part Deux

I just released a new WordPress plugin to prevent typographic widows and orphans. Based on Shaun Inman’s original Widon’t plugin, this one has been updated to ensure it works with 3.6 and to take advantage of the new Settings API. You can get it now for your blog at http://wordpress.org/plugins/widont-part-deux/.