I gave this talk at WordCamp Norway 2013. It covers several tips and tricks that will make you a better theme developer.
I wrote my first post on Medium today. I wanted to see what the hype is about (late to the party, I know), and compare it to what I know and love about publishing with WordPress.
Matt Mullenweg has just completed the 2015 State of the Word, the annual speech where he highlights the last year of everything WordPress and what we can anticipate in the future.
Fred Meyer writes that although WordPress is a great tool “most small business website owners are not having wonderful experiences with it.” This is due to a wide range of problems, like a lack of developer ethics, unclear communication, slow themes, etc. Fred’s solution is the Small-Business WordPress Developer Code of Honor, which turn the focus…
Matt Mullenweg fields questions in a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” thread after WordCamp San Francisco 2013 on July 31 at 3pm Pacific Time.
Bob Dunn and Brad Williams talk about Liquid Web’s new pricing structure and marketplace hosting on the latest Do The Woo podcast.
I’ve long preferred a mix of ems rems (and percentages for that matter) over pixels in web design and front-end development. However, some of the original reasons have gone away as browsers have gotten smarter. Yet, Vasilis van Gemert has collected some thoughts and links on why it’s still good to utilize ems and rems over…