Tag Archives: UI

WP Updates Settings: An Admin UI For Configuring WordPress Updates

WP Updates Settings: An Admin UI For Configuring WordPress Updates

One of the most exciting features in WordPress 3.7 was the ability for WordPress to stay up to date through automatic background updates. However, WordPress provides no ea

CodePen Releases Official WordPress Plugin

CodePen Releases Official WordPress Plugin

CodePen has released an official plugin for embedding pens in WordPress. If you haven’t yet discovered CodePen, it’s basically a virtual playground for frontend

How to Show Full URL & Subdomains in Google Chrome 69

How to Show Full URL & Subdomains in Google Chrome 69

The latest versions of Google Chrome web browser default to not showing the full URL of a website, stripping away any subdomains, including the “www” subdomain

Free Music Plus – Online & Offline Music Player

Free Music Plus - Online & Offline Music Player

Why Aren’t Post Formats In WordPress More Popular?

Why Aren’t Post Formats In WordPress More Popular?

No, Post Formats haven’t gone anywhere but theme support and their use appear to be waning. Joyce Grace over at ManageWP.com has published a great article that explor

Top 10 Free WordPress Blogging Themes From January 2014

Top 10 Free WordPress Blogging Themes From January 2014

January has been a rocking month in the world of WordPress themes. With everyone kicking off their blogs for 2014, we’ve seen a gaggle of pure blogging themes release

Piklist WordPress Development Framework Rebrands, Plans to Launch Commercial Products

Piklist WordPress Development Framework Rebrands, Plans to Launch Commercial Products

The Piklist rapid development framework for WordPress has rebranded and relaunched its website with the 0.9.0 release. The framework helps developers to quickly build thing

Trend: More People Getting Commit Access To The Core of WordPress

Trend: More People Getting Commit Access To The Core of WordPress

It wasn’t long ago when I could count the number of core WordPress committers on one hand. These days, it’s hard to keep track of who does and doesn’t hav

Basic Guide On Creating Plugin UI

Basic Guide On Creating Plugin UI

Daniel Immke has published his own primer on using native user interface elements for the administration of plugins. By following his basic primer, you’ll be on your

Interesting Take From A Female Developer

Interesting Take From A Female Developer

This past weekend, I gave my first ever solo talk on WordPress development, with just a hint of UI love. I’ve taught classes on web/digital media and talk to/perform in fr

What Developers Should Know About WordPress 3.5

What Developers Should Know About WordPress 3.5

Oneextrapixel.com has a list of things that WordPress developers will need to know about concerning WordPress 3.5. However, end users are able to pick up a few things as we

Complete Guide To Contributing To WordPress

Complete Guide To Contributing To WordPress

Siobhan McKeown has published what many in the community are calling the most thorough, researched, guide on contributing to WordPress. Articles like these pop up from time

MP6 Is Like Eye Candy

MP6 Is Like Eye Candy

I’ve taken the MP6 plugin for a test drive and so far, my eyes love what they see. MP6 is an experimental plugin for testing out new ideas for the various UI elements

Reserving Judgment On Ghost

Reserving Judgment On Ghost

While reading an article on WPLift about Ghost by Nathan B Weller there were a couple of points brought up that I thought would make for a good discussion. One of the issue