Create Stylish Surveys Easily With Typeform

Typeform is a brand new free service that makes it easy to create stylish forms. The interface reminds me of GravityForms. Field types are located on the left part of the screen while the form structure is on the right. There are a myriad of field types ranging from dropdown boxes to multiple choice questions. Read More

WordPress Trac Gets New Core Components Overview Page for Filtering Tickets

The exciting news today in WordPress core development is a shiny new core/components page that presents an organized overview of open Trac tickets for each component. Nacin announced the new feature today during the #wordpress-dev IRC meeting, which delighted many core contributors in attendance. The page breaks down 34 top-level components with two dozen subcomponents. Read More

How To Create A Platform Agnostic Favicon

Remember favicons? Those cute 16×16 pixel images that are used to quickly locate a site when multiple browser tabs are opened. According to Philippe Bernard, favicons are not mobile friendly nor do they look good on mobile platforms by default. That’s why he created The site generates favicons that look good in all major Read More

BuddyPress 2.0 To Add Profile Editing in the WordPress Admin

BuddyPress 2.0 is underway and an exciting new feature is in the works. This next release will add profile editing to the WordPress admin. Navigating to the admin Users screen and clicking on “profile” will take you to a new “Community Profile” tab for backend profile management. New Community Profile Tab In addition to editing Read More

Why Post By Email Is Still Available In WordPress

It’s that time of year again. The process of finding mentors, projects, and students is underway for the 2014 edition of the Google Summer of Code. One of the successful projects from last years event is the Post by Email plugin by Kat Hagan. The plugin was supposed to replace the feature in WordPress 3.7. Read More

Major Update To WordPress For iOS Now Available

WordPress for iOS 3.9 has been released and it includes some major changes. The first thing you’ll notice is that the  sidebar navigation has been removed. In its place is a tab bar-based layout. This has enabled many other visual changes throughout the app. Reader, comments, and notifications have been revamped. My favorite feature in Read More

Shortcode Suggest Helps You Discover Shortcodes in WordPress

If you’re like me, you can never remember the shortcodes you have active on your WordPress site. This inevitably leads you to stop what you’re doing and hunt down the documentation for the feature you’re attempting to use. This is especially true when it’s a shortcode that can be configured with multiple attributes. What if Read More

How WordPress Obtained The Domain

A few days ago on Twitter, I noticed an interesting tweet by Themelab inquiring about the domain. Since when did @WordPress get the domain? Just noticed it. — ThemeLab (@themelab) January 28, 2014 Matt Mullenweg has a history of acquiring great domains. In 2009 he announced he had obtained the only two letter Read More

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