Over on my new site, Nonprofit WP, I just published a brief review of the new Idealware report on selecting WordPress plugins for nonprofits (the report’s scope is actually a bit broader). Just based on the timing, it seems clear we both recognized the need for high-quality nonprofit-specific WordPress resources around the same time!
I’m a member of NTEN where they looked for some advice when researching for the report, so I wrote a few long emails to the report’s authors. I was excited to see that they didn’t just listen to some of my advice, but they included a mention of my most-popular plugin Feature a Page Widget and a link to my post on how to pick a plugin.
You can read a bit more about the report and find the link to download it over on NonprofitWP.org.
As an aside: when I was writing that post, I needed to quickly find an image to accompany a post about a technical guide. I satisficed rather quickly with the image you see below from Flickr. That’s not a WordPress manual…
When you're short on time & need a CC-licensed image to go with a WordPress blog post…
Anyone know what it is? https://t.co/E23ibNH4Nf
— Mark Root-Wiley (@MRWweb) March 14, 2016
Idealware’s New WordPress Plugins Report https://t.co/eQwbLvUvCI pic.twitter.com/QypBsBzgO3
— NonprofitWP (@NonprofitWPorg) March 14, 2016
Know what it is a manual for? No cheating!