WordCamp Orange County held the first ever Plugin-a-Palooza, a competition to develop an awesome plugin in a limited amount of time. Who won? We did! Check out the story about the plugin and competition.
Normal People, Great Plugins: with Bridget Willard “Normal People, Great Plugins” is an article series focused on reviewing really useful plugins and resources available to you to build out your WordPress website. Bridget brings her wit and unique perspective of being […]
If you were working on your WordPress website today, or casually reading the latest news about WordPress, you most likely got inundated with news about an XSS vulnerability, inaccurate documentation, and the infamous WordPress auto-update feature. Each of these terms […]
Reactor is a service that helps users create a native iOS and Android app for their WordPress website. Let’s get hands on with the service and break down the process of building our very own native mobile application.
With nearing on 35,000 plugins in the WordPress Plugin Repository, finding a reliable and functional plugin for your specific need would seem to be really easy. But for many WordPress users, both new and moderately experienced, finding — and more […]
Building custom functionality plugins is an often overlooked but important best practice when building any new WordPress website. Learn how to build your own custom functionality plugin and help future proof your website.
Amazon SES provides a much more reliable method to send emails from your WordPress installation. Here’s how to configure WordPress and Amazon SES.
If you’re building a WordPress theme or plugin then you should take a hard look at Redux Options Framework. Here are the top ten reasons why I think you should use it.
Importing calendars from Google is easy to setup with All-in-One Events calendar. Check out how to import your Google Calendars to WordPress in the following tutorial.
W3 Total Cache can sometimes cause the dreaded white screen of death. Here’s how I solved the issue.