Are you a ManageWP customer? Well I've got good news! As of today you have access to Orion, the latest iteration of the ultimate in WordPress management tools. Some quick back story if you're not familiar with ManageWP: It's a single control … [Read more...] about Great News for ManageWP Users: Orion Now Available
There's rarely a day goes by that I don't log into a WordPress site. If you're like me, you've grown immune to all the various options and learned to ignore the things you don't need. If you're building custom WordPress sites for your clients, … [Read more...] about Uncluttering the Admin Experience
Ever tried updating some WordPress plugins and had the screen freeze? Did you refresh madly only to end up with this message? Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. Check back in a minute. Well don't panic. The fix is easy and I'll walk you … [Read more...] about Quick Fix: Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance.
You know what a junk drawer looks like. I bet you even have one (or two). Well, this post is about as random as that junk drawer. It's an assortment of tips and tricks I've recently found helpful. Most of these may be junk to you, but maybe you'll … [Read more...] about My Junk Drawer of Tips & Tricks
I wrote a comparison post of my favorite hosts awhile back and it's no secret that I'm a big fan of Flywheel. They excel most notably in their seamless hand-off of customer billing. But there's one area they've historically fallen a short of some … [Read more...] about How to work with Flywheel staging sites
I'm working on a project that involves creating a custom theme for an existing site. The basic scope is to create a new theme and "apply it" to the new site, meaning get all the existing site content situated and looking good in the new … [Read more...] about A Proven Method for Frustrating Devs: Theme Lock-in