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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One of the best things about Web 2.0 in my opinion is open source development. Partnered with Creative Commons Licensing, you are often free to build, re-work and share your contributions to an original work through public collaboration. WordPress is a shining example of an open source project, meaning folks are free to build their […]
My husband and I have a special relationship, one in which he tags things for me in del.icio.us during the day, I check them out later and find great blogging material for a link fest *swoon*. – 13 of the best WordPress plugins – I’m currently using several on the list and I have to […]
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, […]
This morning edition of the daily commuter paper, 24 Hours Vancouver, has local radio host and tech columnist Buzz Bishop giving the low down on the happenings at last week’s WordCamp. As he was not in attendance, he cited my live blog for more info and included a huge photo of Lisa’s “Your Ad Here” […]
Little by little I’m discovering that some of my favourite plugins I’ve come to know, love, and depend upon to make my daily blogging life that much easier are pretty much… toast. By way of Lorelle I also hear there are problems with the Automatic Update for Plugins in WP 2.5 so I need to […]