Okay, let’s just get this out in the open: I don’t have any problem working in the background, but sometimes I like seeing my name in the credits. I love the WordPress community, from blog writer to core developer. And I love giving back to the community: from answering questions at the OKC WordPress Users Group monthly […]
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’ve started working with Git as part of my Web development workflow, and am just getting the hang of some of the tools. I’m still running into problems, but it’s mainly where I haven’t taken the time to read Pro Git and learn what it is I’m trying to do. Here’s a quick overview: make […]
I’ve written a few plugins for jQuery and WordPress over the past few years, but mostly for specific projects or my own personal use. The first time I released a plugin (Hashgrid for WordPress) for others to use, I ran into the challenge of maintenance hosting: I didn’t have time to maintain it, and my […]