W00t! Nettuts published a new post on a bunch of new WordPress plugins this morning. Most of them are worthless but there are 2 very (for a change) useful plugins I definitely see potential for, especially if you’re using WordPress as a CMS. Custom Class Selector First up, Custom Class Selector. If you know how […]
Not exactly WordPress related, but sometimes it pays to stop and reflect on how lucky you are.
Want to make Thesis a gazillion times more awesome than it already is? Yes? Excellent! And remarkably simple. What makes Thesis so clever is that it uses a bunch of ‘hooks’ to allow you to make changes to the look & feel of your Thesis website in seconds. Thesis actions & hooks In WordPress, and […]
Today’s life lesson from the Interwebs is: The more objectives you have for your blog the less likely it is to achieve any of them. Since this is a blog post and not a Twitter stream, allow me to elaborate. Internet Marketers, or the yellow-highlighter brigade as Sonia Simone calls them, figured out years ago […]
It seems like a daily occurance. I open my feed reader and BAM! someone has written a blog post prediciting Twitter’s demise. I have 2 thoughts on this: Too many people fail to see Twitter’s potential as the greatest human edited real-time search engine ever. I need to find some new bloggers to follow. My […]
Edit: With the release of Thesis 1.6, Chris has fixed the framing issue discussed below. If you’re still running 1.5, this post is still relevant. If not, not. Today I stumbled across an annoying bug in Thesis 1.5.1 that stops image frames from displaying even when the Thesis options panel and individual WordPress post settings […]
There are 2 ways to make WordPress into a better CMS. The first way involves a lot more time spent building your theme and ultimately a lot more cost. The second way uses third party plugins to extend your CMS’ functionality. If I could install any 10 plugins to make a CMS more CMS-like, these […]
My car is made by Vauxhall, a GM owned company. And it speaks to me. When my lights are on, when my handbrake is up, when the car needs a service, when I forget to put my seatbelt on, I get told in no uncertain terms – PING – to rectify the situation. All these […]