I know what you’re thinking. OMG, not another long, boring list of “influential” people made by a theme author, wagging it while patting some buddies on the back. I’m not going to do that. Those lists are not unique, having little more to offer that the guy who wrote the same post last week. Really. […]
A couple of weeks ago, the WordPress.org Theme Review Team (TRT) announced that we’d be requiring theme options to go through the customizer rather than custom settings screens. I wrote the post explaining the details of our settings guideline change. In that post, I volunteered my coding services for building custom controls for anyone who […]
A couple of months ago, Emil Uzelac launched a theme review service. After finding out that I had talked about doing this a few years ago, he asked me to join. I pretty much immediately accepted his offer. It was a no-brainer. We’re both admin/senior reviewers for the WordPress.org theme repository and have years of […]
Have you ever heard of that “JSON REST API” thing folks in the WordPress community seem to be talking about, looked around endlessly for a decent explanation, and finally gave up, muttering “WTF?!?” at the computer screen? Fear no more. Brian Krogsgard has you covered with the only explanation that, you know, actually makes some kind of sense in that sort of human logic that we tend to like when someone explains something to us. ∞
As I promised, I plan to keep you all updated with some eye candy for the new forum plugin. This is the manage topics/threads screen in the admin.
This is just a quick preview of the forum plugin I’m working on. I thought it was about time to start sharing what I’ve been up to over the last couple of months.
Yesterday, WPMU DEV published an article on WordPress theme frameworks, calling it the ultimate guide to choosing one. I was happy to find that my own Hybrid Core Framework was listed among some great projects. It even garnered some nice scores in the rankings (overall score of 4/5 stars). It’s always nice to see that […]