Are you tired of having dates in WordPress permalinks? I’ve been working on two sites lately where events tend to come back around every year. But if the URL has a date in it, that’s confusing to the visitor and will hurt click-through in Google. In both cases, we wanted to switch to a simple […]
I wanted to publish a blog post today about using Shopify menus to drive hierarchical breadcrumbs. Then I realized that, as near as I can tell, there is nobody who has a syntax highlighter for Liquid, the templating language that Shopify uses. So I created one. This is an pre-pre-alpha experimental plugin, but it’s working […]
The wp-pear-debug brings a few handy debugging tools to Worpdress. If you’re not working in an IDE with full-fledged debugging, this is a must have for any Wordpress developer.
Everyone has their favorite Wordpress Plugins. Here are some of my favorites.
WordPress is pretty good off the shelf, but there are some things that are a bit annoying or sub-optimal. For the basics of getting the major kinks out, there are some excellent videos. Matt Cutts, the head of search quality at Google, has a nice overview on how to make the most of WordPress. Tubetorial […]