Category: WordPress

  • Portland WordPress User Group Presentation Upcoming

    I’m going to be speaking at the March Portland WordPress User Group Meeting on March 18th at 6:00pm at Webtrends and demonstrating some of the features that are coming up in 3.0. I’m aiming for this to be beneficial for both users and developers. Right now, I plan on covering: What the Multisite features mean to […]

  • Commit: The Story of Writing a WordPress Patch

    Hanging out in the #WordPress irc channel or on the wp-hackers mailing list, a question that comes up from time to time is “How do I get a bug patched”. I recently had a patch committed, so I thought I would detail the process from start to finish to help others get an idea of […]

  • WordPress External Cron Plugin

    There are plenty of scripts out there that require you to request a page on a daily basis to perform certain tasks. Normally you can accomplish this by setting up a simple cron. And on a good host, that’s easy. But what if your host doesn’t have cron? Well if you run WordPress, you now […]

  • WordPress Widget – Exclude some categories

    I’ve often found a need for a simple replacement to the WordPress category widget that allows me to remove some of the categories. I whipped this up real quick for a client and thought others might find it handy. You can copy and paste it or download it from Google Code. Comment with any questions […]

  • WordPress Shortcodes: A how to by example

    I love the WordPress shortcode api. I’m willing to stand on a roof and scream it. It makes so many aspects of developing a WordPress site so much easier. It allows you to add dynamic information to any post, page, and with a single line text widget. How easy you ask? Let’s look at some […]

  • You Better Know the Basics

    When you first start working with WordPress, you need to know that there are five languages you could be interacting with. You don’t need to be an expert at any of them (and in fact can want make amazing sites knowing none of them), but when you want to make a change to your theme or add […]

  • I Could Kill Her

    I Could Kill Her

    I Coul Kill Her is a blog about two best friends who seem a bit at odds with each other. It’s witty, interesting and funny. So far for them, I’ve: Moved the site from one hosting plan to another and changed it’s Domain Name. Maintained WordPress and Plugins. Increased Search engine optimization.


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