Curtis McHale debunks the myth that making good money with WordPress is easy. This is a good read for anyone looking to dive deeper into a WordPress-oriented career. Like most things, a highly rewarding career working with WordPress requires work, hard work.
Collis Ta’eed recently did a Twitter “series”, if you will, highlighting ten bootstrapping tips of his to celebrate the seven year anniversary for Envato. They haven’t blogged the list anywhere that I can tell, and I don’t want it to get lost, so here are his tips: Pick a product that you can charge for….
Jigowatt, the company who develops the Jigoshop eCommerce plugin for WordPress has transferred ownership of the plugin over to Proxar IT Consulting, enabling Jigowatt to concentrate on the website design and development side of their business.
Brian Casel’s startup, ZipMessage, is a platform for asynchronous video conversations where anyone (like your clients and colleagues) can respond with a video of their own.
WordPress 3.9, “Smith”, has just been released. It is named after James Oscar “Jimmy” Smith. WordPress 3.9 is the hard result of hard work from 267 contributors. The WordPress 3.9 release was led by Andrew Nacin and Co-led by Mike Schroder. I will have Andrew and Mike, plus three additional contributors on a live hangout…
Otto Wood has created an initial version of a WordPress theme intended for use as presentation slides. It’s called Slides. Hosting slides on the web makes complete sense, and making slide templates WordPress themes is just as logical. I can completely imagine using a Multisite install where I can have a site called my-talk.krogsgard.com for…
Today we look at making a WordPress page appear to be the ancestor of a single custom post type by filtering the classes on wp_nav_menu.