I’m on a mission to create cool, new WordPress widgets. Of course, I’ll need some help with coming up with fresh ideas.
I’m looking for people to test out a new, experimental WordPress widget that allow you to display content in just about any way you want.
Yet another GPL argument. I may as well jump into this one and make a few statements about plugins on WordPress.org.
I have updated five of my WordPress plugins and the Hybrid theme along with its child themes. It’s time to update.
A guide on correctly formatting your code and using the proper template tags when coding The Loop for WordPress.
How to create a visually-stunning image gallery using WordPress bookmarks (links). This is the third part in the Doing more with bookmarks series.
How to use the built-in WordPress links manager to create an easy-to-edit navigation menu for your site. Change links straight from your dashboard.
I created a WordPress theme framework for quite a few reasons. In this post, I’ll try to address my reasoning behind it and the benefits to both developers and end users.
Release of version 0.3 of the Get the Image WordPress plugin. This release packs much more into the image script, so much more that you’ll never need another method of getting images again.
I’m going completely open source with my WordPress themes and theme club. The GPL may just be the best way to work within the WP framework.