I recently presented on “How to Pick a Plugin.” A lot of time went into thoughtfully walking people through the process, so I want to share the tips (and an exciting update to one piece of the presentation) with a broader audience.
I need some quick feedback. I’m releasing a major update to a plugin and I’ve made a simple tweak to the settings form. Will it help or will it hurt? You tell me.
In the interest of saving their time and protecting their site, I always recommend that clients avoid permanently deleting content in WordPress. Luckily, there are default features that make this easy to do and plugins that make it even better!
WordPress 3.8 is out, and if you don’t see it coming, you might get smacked over the head with the drastic change in colors. However, it’s easy to change the default color scheme.
I did a bad thing and didn’t post a 2013 kickoff blog post despite intending to. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t been building sites and plugins. Check out these new fun webthings, including one new addition to my online portfolio.
If you know me, you know that I’m a maven. The one thing I like more than an easy-to-use tool is sharing that tool with someone else who needs it. And so in that spirit, check out the list of plugins that power MRWweb.com. You’ll get an idea of what powers this site, and, if you have a WordPress site of your own, hopefully you’ll find a useful plugin..
The video of my Seattle WordCamp 2012 presentation with Christine Winckler is up. And in bonus news, my WordPress plugin was spotted on WPMU and at WordCamp Birmingham.