Some developers have been sharing a week of their work-related search history to show how often we all have to look things up. (The answer: a lot.) Here’s mine.
Celebrating the release of a small-but-important new plugin for the new WordPress block editor. I look forward to supporting it with my own Hawaiian Characters plugin soon!
A terrible phrase that does the job. What’s better?
A good podcast episode has me thinking about what it says that most privacy policies are complicated and hard to use.
I wrote a thing on a huge blog! It was super exciting [for me]! It also re-emphasized how writing is so valuable regardless of where you publish.
300 posts! 159,000 words! Almost 8 years. Let’s mark a fun milestone with some numbers and reflections.
Nonprofit organizations should care deeply about web accessibility, and recent studies show they’re falling short. Nonprofits must make web accessibility a priority to better serve their constituents and embody their values in their websites.
I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the what helped me learn my craft. This post shares many of the sources that have helped me learn everything I know today and the websites I follow to stay up to date.
At the Nonprofit Technology Conference’s pre-conference day, the WordPress community put on four great sessions covering a wide range of topic and bringing together an awesome community.
A website’s design determines the width of text and, subsequently, how easy it is to read. That limit and the lack of “solutions” means filling a wide browser screen is nearly impossible. But maybe that’s ok.
After taking a strong stance that WordPress 5.0 shouldn’t be released in late November it was. Not it’s time to [briefly] look back and then speedily move forward.
WordPress 5.0 is coming out tomorrow. You should make sure you’re prepared. Also, we can learn a lot about communication from the frustrations and confusions surrounding this software update.
The official WordPress RSS Importer plugin is pretty crude and has some limitations. I ran into a few of those and solved them, specifically turning RSS categories into WordPress Tags.
WordPress 5.0 contains a massive change to content editing. Without working through a systematic review of what’s been built, I don’t know how anyone can be sure that it is ready for release. The project needs more time and public validation that it’s ready.
Last week, I had the pleasure of giving a new webinar for Washington Nonprofits. It covered a lot of information in just under an hour, and we got great feedback! So nice to be reassured that a SIMPLE start is o.k.! The site can grow over time! Webinar Participant The presentation specifically speaks to smaller … Continue reading “Website Basics for Small Nonprofits Webinar & Slides”