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 […]
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/.
Ran into a problem this morning where I couldn’t activate the iMember360 (Infusionsoft for WP) plugin on a local development install. Instead, I got a rather unhelpful error message: “Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.” Okay, thanks for that. I’m running all my WordPress development sites on DesktopServer by ServerPress. […]
I hear the battle cry of website owners every time WordPress releases an update: “The update broke my site/theme/plugins/heart!” Usually I ignore the wimperings with the knowledge that “good” developers test their stuff with the pre-release versions so there aren’t any surprises. Well the surprise is on me, now 🙁 The WordPress 3.6 update broke […]
I admit, I’m guilty of one or more of these (especially the Prima Donna), but there are things that I can — and do — work on. Reading this article made me rethink some of my attitudes as a developer and a manager, but it was this one line made the whole article come together: What’s […]