These plugins are quite handy for someone that makes websites for clients. Most of these are in my default setup, but I hadn't seen Content Aware Sidebars before, so I'll need to check it out.
Jamie Marsland, of PootlePress, has done a nice video interview with Matty Cohen, WooThemes Product Manager and Senior Developer.
I now believe that a one size fits all website publishing product is not possible. Each university has its own set of requirements. The requirements vary from the placement of buttons to the type of accessibility a university mandates. In the end, universities shouldn’t sacrifice individual requirements for ease of use.
WP Remote has had a few years to grow and mature since its inception in 2010. For an interesting backstory, you can read the history of WP Remote. WP Remote was a free product for years. It was a solution from Human Made to scratch an itch. It’s always been supported, but only more recently received…
It’s tough sometimes telling somewhere a good place to find reliable plugins. We have an overload of list posts that list every single plugin doing the same thing; and the repository, while good and also monitored, is just huge. Tidy Repo wants to be your source for a place to send folks looking for good,…
Seems that conversion rates are on the mind of a few people in the WordPress community lately. Here we get some more advice about how long to run tests and what tools to use.
Here’s a fun story of a WordPress meetup where the author was a bit starstruck by Matt Mullenweg, and came away with a great quote that makes me happy about WordPress’ future.