I don't typically write editorials -- especially not ranty ones -- but I'm going to today because I have opinions and a platform to share them (thank you, WordPress!). ManageWP, a WordPress management tool I have publicly loved for years, was … [Read more...] about Some Thoughts on the ManageWP / GoDaddy Deal
A couple of years ago I wrote about deploying WordPress from a local install to a live site. My workflow has evolved over time (I'm sure yours has, too) and the tools available are consistently getting better. So I figured it was time for an updated … [Read more...] about WordPress Deployment Workflow: How I Roll
I've written in the past about web accessibility and how to improve the accessibility of your site for people using assistive technologies. But guess what? Accessibility isn't just limited to folks with disabilities, it also means writing code in a … [Read more...] about WordPress i18n: What is it and why should you care?
I recently launched a membership community for my podcast (using WordPress, of course). In this post I'd like to share the details of which tools I chose to create the site, why I chose them, and what the cost was. If you need to create a WordPress … [Read more...] about Behind the scenes: The making of a WordPress membership site
Are you using Git in your development workflow only to stop short of using it in your code deployment because your host only offers FTP? Well dry your eyes, because WP Engine has Git push integration for developers and it's a beautiful thing. Now … [Read more...] about Git Push with WP Engine
Have you ever wanted an archive to display posts, but not wanted those posts to link through to the individual post pages? Well, you're in luck because in this tutorial I'll show you how to create a custom Genesis archive page template to display the … [Read more...] about How to Remove Links on a Genesis Custom Archive Page Template