It always gets my goat when people leave off escaping in tutorials just to make it easier. The code you just provided will be copied and pasted and then you are the cause of bad code out there.
After seven years with the company, Raanan Bar-Cohen is leaving Automattic for Resolute Ventures, he announced today on his blog. Raanan is a Senior Vice President of Commercial Services at Automattic, and one of its earliest employees. He seems to know everyone in Silicon Valley, and has had his hand in many (at the least)…
Eric Andrew Lewis started a new topic this morning on the Make WordPress Core blog to introduce a new core plugin team. The Post Meta team’s goal will be to improve the “developer’s experience from the back-end – creating input elements for meta fields in a programatic method.” As he notes in the post, there…
Speaking at WordCamps is a great way to contribute to the community, build your resume, and meet potential employers. But often there are barriers in your way. Here’s how to overcome them.
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GigaOM recently launched a redesign, and in their development, really focused on improving page load times. The results are especially impressive, considering how much content they are loading per page view. Their interview with WordPress.com VIP is definitely worthwhile.