Welcome to WordPress 3.4 “Green”

Dig it. I’ve been running 3.4 here since the first release candidate and had no issues. So I expect most folks will find the same, of course if you’re not sure ping your friendly neighborhood WP geek for help. WordPress 3.4 release post.   @trishussey Love the new inline editing of WP 3.4. Moving into #concrete5 and […]

Updating Editions—What did I miss the first time?

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Here I thought that being asked to write a book (or three) was pretty cool. Nope, turns out being asked to update them for a second edition is better. If the book was a flop, then the publisher wouldn’t want to spend any more time or money on it, but if it does pretty well, […]

Trying Blogsy For The IPad

Could this be the missing editor for the IPad? Maybe. Still playing with it, but there is potential here. The key will be how easy it is to use and learn day to day.

Want to learn WordPress? Learn with me at BCIT!

Well timed that it is with the soon-to-be-released Using WordPress, I’m teaching a pair of classes on consecutive Monday evenings through BCIT. The first is Monday Sept 13th—BCIT : : MDIA 0101 – WordPress.com for beginners 1—and is suitable for beginners, followed by Monday Sept 20th—BCIT : : MDIA 0102 – WordPress.com for beginners 2—which […]

WordPress, Thesis, GPL, and premium themes

Almost two years ago I started doing a lot more with WordPress than I had before and I found that buying premium themes would save me time and effort. In short order I bought developers licenses for both Thesis (DIYThemes) and StudioPress. I launched good few sites using themes from both foundries and used Thesis […]