WP101 has extended their potential user base significantly by producing all of their WordPress user videos with Spanish versions. These are fully translated and re-recorded videos, not just subtitles. This is a huge, and impressive, investment into what must be a very large market. They’ve created an entirely new Spanish version site to market the videos as well. According to the poll on the announcement, it looks like they are looking into other languages to create videos for too.
“Data is useless without the ability to visualize and act on it.” Andrew Coyle writes about the ingredients of a successful data table user interface design. He presents a nice list of design structures, interaction patterns, and techniques.
There are a many ways to develop a website in WordPress, locally, on a sub-domain or on a staging server but these ways mean that you will eventually have to migrate the site to a the live url at some point and sync the database.
This sounds great. I haven’t had a chance to try it yet, but I’d love to hear from you if you have. This tool basically saves your current settings and layouts to wrap them up as a theme or child theme package.
I had the hardest time figuring out how to return the saved name for a given menu. After spending way too much time in Google, I stumbled across this simple function that does the trick.
Quartz is a business oriented news website owned by Atlantic Media, and it is also using WordPress on the backend, with a custom REST API to power much of their distribution (to apps, the website, newsletter, etc). Here’s an analysis of just what such a beast of a website might be worth, as it’s apparently…
An in depth look at 5 trends that I’d like to see happen in WordPress Themes for 2013.