A terrible phrase that does the job. What’s better?
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.
How I fixed a nasty technical error message about line 63 of /wp-includes/load.php for my client’s SiteGround-hosted website.
The future text editor for WordPress is in early stages but ready for a lot of intensive testing. Here are my thoughts on the latest version, written in the new editor, of course.
I was on a rather amusing reply all thread last week. Let me share my favorite replies with you!
Oxford Dictionaries had a bold choice for their “word” of the year.
Quick and easy tips for making WordPress a little easier to use. Watch these once and then you’ll be racing to the admin to try them out.
Every time I log into any WordPress, even a brand new copy, I get a personalized picture in the admin bar. Here’s how you can get that too!
WordCamp Seattle is coming up and you might be a good speaker, even if you don’t think so.
An article came through my feeds yesterday that really struck a chord for a bunch of reasons. It’s hard not to just paste the whole piece here. In “Shut Up and Listen.”, a fellow Seattlite tied together a whole bunch of related strands into great essay. His jumping off point was the recent Black Lives Matter protest which … Continue reading “Applying User Experience to Real Life [link]”
How I took 30 days off to travel and how that applies to all sorts of big, far-off decisions.
Sometimes the stars (?) align and you just have to write (✒) about something. Last week, I was seeing emoji everywhere! Now you will too.
Using Thanksgiving as an excuse to give shoutouts to the people, organizations, and communities that make what I do possible.
Acknowledging privilege is only the first step in making the world a more equitable and just place. This follows up my previous post “‘Doing What You Love’ & Two Types of Privilege.”