WordPress Stats Infographic Making The Rounds

WordPress Stats Infographic Making The Rounds

A few weeks ago, I posted a link to an article Lorelle put together showcasing the various stats surrounding WordPress and its community. Joost de Valk has taken those stat

The Biggest Challenge For WordPress?

The Biggest Challenge For WordPress?

WordPress’ biggest challenge over the next two years, and where we’re focusing core development, will be around evolving our dashboard to be faster and more accessible, es

Free Webinar On Locking Down WordPress

Free Webinar On Locking Down WordPress

As part of their Make Waves series, iThemes will be conducting a free webinar with Dre Armeda of Sucuri.net to discuss how to lock down a WordPress installation. In this we

ManageWP To Soon Be Available As An iOS App

ManageWP To Soon Be Available As An iOS App

ManageWP, the service that makes it a breeze to manage multiple websites from one location has announced that they are currently developing an iOS application specifically

Critical Update For WooThemes Customers

Critical Update For WooThemes Customers

As if WooThemes.com being attacked was not bad enough, there is also a critical security issue that’s been fixed in the latest release of the WooFramework. The issue

WooThemes Excels At Customer Service During Crisis

WooThemes Excels At Customer Service During Crisis

While WooThemes was experiencing a crisis that involved the loss of 6 months of data along with their main website going offline, they still managed to provide great custom

Import/Export Options Now Available With Widget Logic

Import/Export Options Now Available With Widget Logic

The latest release of one of my favorite plugins, Widget Logic, now has the option to import and export options. The options are saved to a text file which contains all of

PressNomics – Conference Specifically For Commercial WordPress Entities

PressNomics – Conference Specifically For Commercial WordPress Entities

In what I believe is the first of it’s kind, PressNomics aims to bring together the various commercial entities that are successfully making a living around WordPress

WordPress Foundation Harming Rather Than Helping WordCamps

WordPress Foundation Harming Rather Than Helping WordCamps

WordCamp San Francisco 2012 has released their sponsorship package prices and once again, the prices almost demand that you include your first born with the top spot. In 20

My Apologies To The WordPress Foundation

My Apologies To The WordPress Foundation

First off, I want to offer my sincere apologies to the WordPress Foundation. In a previous article, I incorrectly labeled the foundation as harming WordCamps. My main gripe

Searching Only The Codex

Searching Only The Codex

When performing a search on the Codex, you’re presented with a slew of search results. However, not all of those results are within the Codex. The search portion of t

Editing WP-Config From Within WordPress

Editing WP-Config From Within WordPress

If you’re tired of uploading WP-Config.php after each change you make, consider using a brand new plugin by Dgwyer called Config Constants. It currently has support f

Ajax Issues Explained With Some Of Lesters Popular Plugins

Ajax Issues Explained With Some Of Lesters Popular Plugins

Lester ‘GaMerZ’ Chan has published a post on his personal site that addresses two common issues users are facing right now as they relate to AJaX. About 2 wee

How WordPress Changed The Career Of Eric Karkovack

How WordPress Changed The Career Of Eric Karkovack

Short post on how WordPress changed the career of Eric Karkovack. I imagine similar designers/developers feel the same way he does. Of course, WordPress isn’t the only po