I'm a big fan of the WP Tavern blog, so it was great to see an article come out yesterday on the latest WordPress content we're producing at Treehouse. Check out High Demand For WordPress Education Prompts Treehouse to Launch New Beginner’s Course on WP Tavern. The article has a bit of a funny vibe to … Continue reading Nice Review of Treehouse WordPress Content on WP Tavern
I remember seeing a WordCamp presentation a couple years back about Pods, testing it out, and finding it kind of unstable. I think they've moved way passed that point at this point. Check out this video for Pods 2: UPDATE: This YouTube video has been removed 😦
I'm a huge fan of WooCommerce. But something just like WordPress is an overkill for a site, so WooCommerce is an overkill for E-Commerce. Enter Exchange from iThemes. An E-commerce theme with the tagline: "Simple ecommerce for WordPress". What they've done, they've done right: An on site shopping cart Coupons Digital downloads PayPal and Stripe … Continue reading Finally a Simple WordPress E-Commerce Solution
A lot of people have tackled drag and drop themes, but MiniMax is the first plugin I've really noticed that gives you drag and drop layout options within the actual WYSIWYG edit field for a post or page. Check out this overview:
If you can market yourself to start offering small cities and towns their own websites using WordPress.com's new offerings that would be baller. I would sure like to! Check out the new WordPress.com/cities page for more info.
EDIT: This plugin does not seem to still be available The Complete Gallery Manager for WordPress Plugin has some really cool options for displaying media galleries in WordPress, like customizable Masonry galleries. It's a premium plugin and you can find it on CodeCanyon. I haven't used it yet, but it looks really cool!
Finally, a solid resource on .htaccess: .htaccess Made Easy I can't count the number of times I have wanted to do something that in my mind is pretty simple logic, yet not be able to figure it out, even with google searching. If you're like me, check out this book. Yes, it's an ebook too … Continue reading An approachable book to .htaccess
I'm a fan of WooCommerce, and have often used their Canvas theme as the basis for my WordPress e-commerce site. However, this Superstore theme is looking like a really great theme to start building sites with instead.
I've been a fan of WooCommerce for a while now and am excited that they went with a new version release as opposed to rolling out 1.7. Here are my favorite aspects of the new version: Improved product data panel Easier to edit email templates More robust tax options Realtime validation in checkout process Order … Continue reading WooThemes Rolls Out WooCommerce 2.0
You're probably already familiar with the ability in WordPress to create custom login pages like this: However with the Theme My Login plugin you're able to take this customization to a whole new level and include the login forms easily on actual pages using shortcodes and as widgets anywhere in a widgetable area on your site. … Continue reading Get Even More Customized WordPress Login Page with the Theme My Login Plugin