We talked about WordPress plugins for every site on last week’s WP-Tonic Live, so I thought I’d publish the list of plugins I include in my deploy install. Continue Reading WP-Tonic 099: What Plugins Should You Consider for any WordPress Site? And my own go-to WordPress plugins
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I created this tutorial on Foo Gallery for a client. The plugin is pretty straightforward to use, but the Foo documentation doesn’t actually walk you through the process step by step. Continue Reading Creating and Managing Galleries with Foo Gallery
I don’t know why this feature isn’t built into WordPress. It’s one we’ve desperately needed since the beginning, so when I first discovered the Find and Replace plugin, I just about threw a party. (And when I installed it I noticed that one of the developers is someone I know from the WordPress LinkedIn group.)… Continue Reading Find and Replace
Scott Ellis designated March 1st WordPress Developer Donation Day and has urged us all to donate $5 to the developer(s) of our favorite plugin(s) and then blog or tweet about it with the hashtag #wppdd. There are a lot of plugins I rely on and use in almost every installation. I’m working on getting descriptions… Continue Reading It’s WordPress Plugin Developer Donation Day!
Whether or not you’re a smartphone user (and I still have a “dumbphone,” myself), there’s no denying that the Internet is going mobile. One of the great things about WordPress is the fact that you can create a mobile-friendly version of your site instantly by installing one of these plugins. Continue Reading WPtouch, WordPress MobilePack, and WordPress Mobile Edition