I’ve had the rare or seemingly rare privilege the last few years to be able to work at what I enjoy and support my family. Its a privilege and grace I’ve not taken lightly and one that I’ve thanked God for many times. A quote that has often been attributed to Confucius rings true: Choose… Read More
After attending WordCamp Minneapolis I was encouraged and pushed in a session led by Ryan Imel of wpcandy.com to go ahead and dive into WordPress Multisite.
Read on to learn how I was able to getting domain mapping working for my WordPress Multisite install using DreamHost and GoDaddy.
This is the second in a set of three tutorials based on a talk I gave at the 2010 WordCamp in Minneapolis.
In this tutorial we will cover how to customize your clients dashboard by first getting rid of some of the things they don’t need and then by adding in some of our own helpful widgets.
This is the first of a three-part series detailing the talk I gave at WordCamp MSP.
The first will cover the login screen, admin header and footer. The second will cover customizing the WordPress dashboard, and the third will cover custom post types, custom taxonomies, and custom meta boxes.
Once the last post is up I’ll also include a single file with all the code and templates that you can download.
I recently had the privilege to attend WordCamp Boulder and participate on a panel discussing design in general and specifically how it relates to the web and WordPress.
It was an awesome experience that I thought went pretty well. Thanks go to my two great co-panelists, Kevin Menzie of Slice of Lime, Kevin Conboy of Automatic and our moderator Devin Reams of Crowd Favorite.
I just thought I would share a snippet in my most recent project where we have used the new custom post type feature available in WordPress 3.0. Just a quick refresher on what custom post types are: A custom post type could probably be better termed as a “custom content type” because it doesn’t have… Read More
This particular bit of code stemmed from a current project that I am working on. The issue at hand is that I have a number of attorneys each who specialize in different practices of law. Each lawyer has their own page with a list of their areas of practice. This seemed like the perfect opportunity… Read More
This has been pretty well documented but one more article only increases the odds that someone finds what they are looking for sooner :) I run into this issue with a lot of sites I create since most of these sites are using WordPress for their full cms and blog. When using the query posts… Read More
Hey everybody! Thanks for enduring my presentation and if you didn’t come the stuff below probably won’t make a lot of sense but thanks for reading anyway :) Fair-Play Scoreboards The function used here was to get the id of the current page or post and then store it in a variable. Then we queried… Read More