My company, sixty4media offers custom WordPress designs, installations, development and tutorials… read more here. The latest in my WordPress Screencast series is a quick look into how I get captions under my photos in order to give proper attribution. This is basically just the “behind the scenes” setup of the plugins. Once this is setup […]
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Due to my frustration over missing a few categories in recent posts, I cried out on Twitter this morning about how I’m not too keen on the new placement of the Categories box in the latest version of WordPress. Kulpreet Singh (who presented at WordCamp) came to the rescue with his hack to the edit-form-advanced.php, […]
I just upgraded my WordPress to 2.5.1 and to celebrate as well as promote WordCamp Vancouver this week, I’ve recorded a quick little screencast. This video has been edited for time on Flickr. A full version it can be viewed on Viddler. I just used my MacBook’s internal mic so I know some folks will […]
I’ve discovered some tools, apps and tricks that have made a part of my ‘real life’ job a lot easier lately. Basically I wanted to start screencasting – providing an online demo video of our new web-based application. After searching and putting the word out to the wonderful Vancity Tech Swarm folks I found the […]
Duane was on the Future Shop website today and told me while he was using the “Ask an Expert” feature he decided just for fun that he’d ask some naughty questions. The idea is, you type in your audio/video related question, the guy on screen says something witty, then forum topics appear below. You can […]