Category: WordPress

Measuring impact of plugins on WordPress loading

Measuring impact of plugins on WordPress loading – Benchmark | Dev4Press. Working with any system comes with some inherent responsibility. Systems can be abused just as much as they’re used and it’s the abuse that tends to give a great system a terrible name. I think that happens with WordPress in certain ways. While a […]

Posted: January 10, 2012

Introducing Hierarchy: Even More CMS for WordPress

A long standing (for what reason I’ve yet to understand) debate surrounding WordPress is whether or not it’s a “true” content management system versus a blogging platform. I’ve just released Hierarchy, a new WordPress plugin that will hopefully bridge the gap some still see.

Posted: January 05, 2012

Announcing Front End Upload, a New WordPress Plugin

Over the past month or so I’ve been working on one of the plugins I’ve had in the works for a bit. This one makes integrating a front end upload system with your WordPress theme a piece of cake. Development will continue to be active, but I’d love to get some initial feedback.

Posted: January 02, 2012

Book Review: Internet Marketing with WordPress

I’ve just finished reading Internet Marketing with WordPress by David Mercer. The book, like a number of Packt books I’ve read lately, takes a more abstract approach to its title. The majority of the information is useful aside from the niche (in this case, WordPress) and only becomes restricted to it periodically.

Posted: December 31, 2011

How the Postname Permalinks in WordPress 3.3 Work

How the Postname Permalinks in WordPress 3.3 Work » Otto on WordPress. One of the crowd favorite features brought in WordPress 3.3 was the ability to further customize your permalink structure to use only the postname as the slug. Prior to 3.3 this was extremely costly and didn’t scale very well, especially once your page […]

Posted: December 29, 2011

The 12 Days of Attachments Pro

Merry Christmas, everybody! To celebrate the holiday (and the release of WordPress 3.3) Iron to Iron will be giving away free copies of Attachments Pro for the next 12 days! Things will get more interesting as time goes on as well. For example, today we’ll be releasing a single copy of Attachments Pro. Tomorrow there […]

Posted: December 13, 2011

Pods 2.0 on Kickstarter!

Pods Development Framework 2.0 by Scott Kingsley Clark — Kickstarter. Pods 2.0 has been a work in progress for some time now. The core team has been doing everything we can to make it happen, but the fact of the matter is we’ve got families to support and bills to pay. Working on such a […]

Posted: September 14, 2011

Attachments Pro 2.2: Wicked Sweet New Features

I’ve spent consistent time on Attachments Pro since it’s debut a few weeks ago, and I’m really pleased to announce the latest dot release; 2.2. With this release comes a couple new features and improvements that I’m really proud of and can’t wait to use!

Posted: September 12, 2011

Matt Mullenweg: State of the Word 2011

Matt Mullenweg: State of the Word 2011 « WordCamp San Francisco looks to have been amazing. I tried to keep up with all of the tweets and can’t wait to watch more of the videos, but it’s worth pointing out the State of the Word 2011 by Matt Mullenweg. Fantastic information.

Posted: August 18, 2011

Easy Content Deployment for WordPress: RAMP

Easy Content Deployment for WordPress: RAMP. By far the most hideous part of continuous development is database migration. While we have stellar tools for source code management, the database layer seems to be just abstracted enough to be painful. I’ve just learned of RAMP through the stream of tweets from #wcsf and I’m impressed. RAMP […]

Posted: August 17, 2011