Justin Tadlock took my charge seriously when I said drop-in frameworks are the worst marketed solution to building flexible WordPress themes. Here, he gives the first of many reasons why Hybrid Core could be a great solution for your next WordPress theme. Sidenote: this site and most custom built websites I make are on top of Hybrid Core.
When I blog, I don’t do it so I can read the post myself. I want you to read it, just like you are doing right now. But I don’t just want you to read it. I want you to read my post and enjoy it so much that it spurs you to action. I…
WordFence — a security plugin to boot — has an XSS vulnerability that was recently patched. VaultPress posted more about it, but if you run this plugin, you need to update.
On his fourth year as an organizer of WordCamp Miami, David Bisset is still learning how to pull off a flawless, successful event. What i’m going to relate to you now are the lessons I’ve learned from drama in past WordCamp Miami events. An entertaining read on the challenges of a WordCamp organizer.
In this episode, I talk with James and Kevin — cofounders of the Ninja Forms product — to discuss why their next leg of their business is in the competitive landscape of eCommerce.
Can you make the best WordPress theme in the world? You can if you target a niche. Here’s how to find and target niches for your next theme, and a list of 230 niches included to kickstart your research.
WPLift is a popular blog about WordPress. Oli Dale launched their second design iteration this morning. It’s a whole new scheme, and they’ve included new plugin and theme repositories that will be interesting to see how they’re used. It’s very different front the original, and very modern. Nice work, Oli!