A guide on correctly formatting your code and using the proper template tags when coding The Loop for WordPress.
My post-Korea time spent living in Atlanta with my sister, Amy Nicole Tadlock.
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.
The new year is upon us. It’s time for setting goals and making resolutions. Find out what I have in store for 2009.
Taking a look back at my life both online and offline in the year of 2008. View some great discussions, tutorials, and other announcements made throughout the year.
I got the opportunity to spend Christmas with my family this year, to relax, eat good food, and just enjoy the holidays. I received two surprising gifts that show my family’s support.
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.
The Get the Image plugin for WordPress is one of my favorite plugins because it handles all of the work when I need to display thumbnails on my site archives. It can do so much more than thumbnails though. I was recently contacted about adding some extra features to the … Continue reading →
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.
Links lists and blogrolls have long ago died. We should start thinking creatively about how we could use bookmarks in WordPress more effectively.