Twenty Thirteen is officially available on WordPress.com now. This is very interesting to me, as it leads me to believe the new functions around post formats will remain in 3.6, even if the new UI does not. Designed by Joen Asmussen, Twenty Thirteen is a nice, spunky addition to the default theme collection.
Ever been logged in to WordPress but want to see your site without the toolbar? I’ve got a project with some weird positioning right now where such a feature is nice. You could just open the site in a different browser, or you could stay logged in and less distracted with this simple plugin /…
We are hosting Two Weekly Post Status Member Huddles now. Huddles open time and space for our community of peers designed for camaraderie and connection for all WordPress Professionals, even if you’re not a member yet.
Josepha Haden Chomphosy on the future of WordPress (SEJ) and Do the Woo‘s series of visionary WordPress thinkers are worth a listen. Taking a long view is important when there’s so much short-term thinking.
This is an old one, but still a great solution for busting browser cache any time you update your theme stylesheet. Mark Jaquith shows how to easily wrap your stylesheet with filemtime, a PHP function that returns the time a file was last changed. That way, if the stylesheet loads and the file is unchanged,…
These past two years have made successful leaders realize more than ever that treating their employees’ experiences—and their own—with stoic indifference is no longer an effective leadership strategy.
VaultPress, the Automattic backup solution, has introduced a “Lite” plan to their repertoire. It allows you to receive daily backups with a thirty day archive for only $5 per month. It also includes their site restore service. This is the first time I’ve ever felt VaultPress had a convincing option for small websites.