There are a many ways to develop a website in WordPress, locally, on a sub-domain or on a staging server but these ways mean that you will eventually have to migrate the site to a the live url at some point and sync the database.
In this WordPress Stack Exchange question and answer, Jeff Atwood – co-founder of Stack Overflow – asks an interesting question in relation to WordPress and WP Super Cache and Rarst provides the answer as to why.
It sucks when you accidentally email all your users from a development site. Well, let’s get all output from wp_mail logged during development.
This week’s Post Status Draft podcast is hosted by Brian Krogsgard, and he interviews WordPress theme designer Mike McAlister. Brian also talks about the value of attending events.
Here’s what we’ve learned about Post Status members and our broader audience.
Tom McFarlin, doing what Tom McFarlin does over on wpTuts+. Go read about why boilerplates matter. I personally use versions of both of his settings and plugin boilerplates, which you can get from the links in his post. Go read it!
What if WordPress, growing as an operating system for the web, spawns distributions and spins, like Linux? What do nine years of Jetpack teach us about Automattic and WordPress — the project and the dot-com? Rethinking how we think about SaaS, hosting, and the WordPress ecosystem…