I love Joost de Valk's WordPress SEO plugin, but I hate those damn columns in the posts admin table. That's precious horizontal space, and I don't really care most of the time about the color of my SEO dot or whether I have a meta description, at least not from that view. I really wish they were off by default, and yes you can do it in Screen Options, but Andrew Norcross shows us how across all users, programmatically.
We’re happy to announce today that authors on ThemeForest and CodeCanyon can now choose to license their WordPress items through a 100% GPL option. To help us launch this new feature, we’re excited to have one of the most well known and respected theme outfits joining ThemeForest’s ever growing library — WooThemes!
Today you have an opportunity to help people that are using WordPress to help others. I hope you’ll read this fully and consider helping. Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a fatal genetic disease that has devastating effects on the lungs especially. Over many decades, treatment of Cystic fibrosis has drastically improved so that many CF patients…
Should you choose Eager or Lazy initialization for your singleton class based plugin?
WordPress 3.8 Release Candidate 1 is out. This means that the next major version of WordPress is getting close. I was pretty entertained by Matt Mullenweg’s slug of “3-8-almost” in the announcement post. As he notes, it’s definitely time to get testing if you haven’t already.
Milana Cap tells David about the stark reality of the near-overwhelming workload facing the WordPress Documentation Team.
Ethics in design has always been an important topic in technical fields, but lately it’s been in the public eye too. Morten Rand-Hendriksen‘s recent article, Using Ethics In Web Design is an important contribution to a renewed discussion of this topic among designers and developers. Morten reviews the state of ethics in our industry today, and he…