I still haven’t figured out what to call this regularly updating article, from week-to-week. We’ll see if the high-five thing sticks or not. So, this week we’re talking about a little plugin that does a useful thing—those happen to be my absolute favorite! This week we talk about a little gem called Intuitive Post Type … Read More


25 Sep 2015

PubSubHubbub. Say it with me: PubSubHubbub and then say it 10 times fast! Come on, I know you can do it! So what the heck is this PubSubHubbub for WordPress any way? Simply put, it’s a way to get the stuff from your blog to notify the internet of your new content only faster. I used it and it … Read More


17 Sep 2015

I really have to stop saying “plugins that saved me” when I do this bit. I mean, yeah, the plugins DO save me time, but it is all a bit overly dramatic, don’t you agree? Maybe I should just rename it to “Plugins that saved me time this week.” In any case, why don’t we … Read More


04 Sep 2015
WordPress Plugins

Every project I work on is somewhat different from the one before it; projects have different requirements and goals to accomplish. Every week it seems that I mentally take stock of a plugin that puts a smile on this face. So I figured I’d share a few of these plugins this week. Post 2 Posts … Read More


03 Apr 2015

I’ve heard a lot of talk that WordCamps are growing stale and that’s giving rise to alternative conferences. The ‘stale’ bit might be true, to an extent. What I observed, in co-organizing WordCamp Los Angeles, is that the folks who show up are more often first-timers to such an event and far outnumber the circuit regulars. The … Read More


19 Nov 2014

I’ve heard a lot of talk that WordCamps are growing stale and that’s giving rise to alternative conferences. The ‘stale’ bit might be true, to an extent. What I observed, in co-organizing WordCamp Los Angeles, is that the folks who show up are more often first-timers to such an event and far outnumber the circuit regulars. The … Read More


19 Nov 2014

So our first approved WordPress.org theme is now available on the WP.org repo. Some Like it Neat is a starter theme that we use for most of our WordPress development projects. We built a site for it and you can always grab a copy over at the Github Repo, too, which will always be the … Read More


15 Oct 2014

Step 1. Submit a support ticket! Have it answered in 5 minutes and be done!! There. End of article. =) Oh, wait, you wanted an actual how to? Oh, I think I can help you with that. So let’s get to it! While some hosting companies are going down the tubes, other hosting companies continue … Read More


26 Sep 2014

Do you host with WP Engine? We do! In fact this site is running smoothly on WP Engine!! WP Engine does a lot of groovy things to make the lives of those hosting with them easier and less worrisome. One such groovy thing is security. They install a nifty plugin called ‘Limit Login Attempts.’ It’s … Read More


23 Sep 2014

Open Source is a big idea and it’s been around for a brief moment; the blink of an eye, in the grand scheme of things. At a basic level, it states that software and all that goes into it, code, design etc. ought to be free for all to use, contribute to and improve upon. … Read More


18 Sep 2014

This past weekend we saw WordCamp Los Angeles rip through town during an engaging, lively and utterly funtastic weekend, at Cal State LA and in Downtown as well. As one of the organizers I can tell you that I’m glad it’s over with! That said, I kinda still wish it was happening. =) While my … Read More


10 Sep 2014

The WordPress User Experience as it pertains to backend management (aka monkeying around in the Admin Panel) inspires a lot of discussion, some ire, cuss words among other feelings. Of course there are many who feel the back end management of things is still relatively easy and not too fussy. I think out of the … Read More


16 Jul 2014