Tom McFarlin has yet another great post talking about design patterns in WordPress. There is a time and place for Object Oriented and Procedural approaches.
Chris Coyier has done a nice job going through the various considerations to make when posting code in WordPress content. He covers using <pre> and <code> tags in the WordPress editor directly, using Markdown and Github flavored Markdown, and third party tools like Github Gists and his own CodePen embeds (for front end code). I…
In this article, popular WordPress consultant Bill Erickson provides a complete walkthrough of steps used to successfully migrate a WordPress site from one server to another.
Carl Smith runs nGen Works, a design and development studio that is fully distributed. He’s also a co-host on one of my favorite podcasts, BizCraft. In this article from Net Mag / Creative Bloq, Carl talks about some key traits for successful remote workers, and also talks about how to support remote workers as managers….
ThemeForest announced that authors can opt not to support Internet Explorer 8, citing the widespread adoption of Windows 8 and jQuery 2.0 dropping support for the old browser. We’re finally entering an era of only modern web browsers.
Kimberly Coleman is a WordPress expert. Together with her husband, she leads the team at Paid Memberships Pro.
Japh Thomson has made a huge announcement on the Envato Notes blog. Starting in a few weeks, Envato will be enforcing a new theme check process for all WordPress themes to ensure high quality code and WordPress best practices are being followed by authors. This is an enormous undertaking, and there has already been an…