I’m proposing a new feature for WordPress that would enable editors to drag-and-drop new media anywhere within the admin interface and have those uploads added to the media gallery. It would streamline several of my workflows. Would it help yours?
Back in 2011, I was talking at WordCamp Portland with a few people about how we could use WordPress to replace our presentations. Fast forward to 2013, and I get to make that dream a reality. We just launched seoslides, and it’s already making a huge impact on my content!
Update 7/31/2013—The following review is of an older version of the plugin. As of the newer 2.0 branch, many of the issues below have been resolved. A friend of mine directed me to a new spam fighting plugin via a retweet today. My Latest Favorite Plugin: Spam Free WordPress http://t.co/3tQ3a573Ls — SureFire / Jonathan (@SureFireWebServ) […]
The power of WordPress lies in its pluggable infrastructure. Unlike other content management applications which require you to edit the core code of the system to make changes, WordPress supports plugins. These smaller applications tie in to a rich API provided by WordPress that allows you to change just about everything about the application and customize […]
A few months back, I taught you how to make your widgets theme-ready by extracting the actual markup into an overridable template. Now, we’re going to do the same for shortcodes. And for those of you wanting to see this in practice, stay tuned for the release of version 2.5 of WP Publication Archive in […]
Telling someone there’s a right way to include a plugin in a theme is like telling someone there’s a right way to cheer for the Beavers during the Oregon Civil War. There is no right way. However, there are still ways to do it if you absolutely need to. Let’s admit it. As developers, we’re lazy. […]