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One of my favorite things about WordPress is its extensibility. We’re on the same platform today as yesterday, but have built new tools for writers and editors. Featured and pinned articles get expiration dates, so editors don’t have to go back and manually un-feature things. Selecting a post layout is as simple as clicking a button. Automated resizingContinue reading “The CMS”
Matt Thomas on WordPress 3.2. Reminds me of my take.
So, I went out searching for some wallpaper that I could use on my laptop that would be nice and minimal, while at the same time look nice enough. Not finding anything that I liked, and with some spare time, I made my own. Comprised mostly of web-safe fonts, and really nothing very flamboyant. IContinue reading “Minimilist Typography Wallpaper”
I like to think that I love good design. Part of that, over the years has evolved into a fair bit of font snobbery. I may have even blogged about fonts before. So, when I saw this comic today, I had to pipe up about a battle Melissa and I have been having. I amContinue reading “How to tell the difference between Helvetica and Arial”
Wanted to invite everyone back down to my house for another WordPress Meetup this week. We had a great turnout last time, and though my basement might be busting at the seams, we will do it there again. Details: When: Wednesday, April 15th, 7:00pm – whenever Where: My house, 549 W. Goldenrod Way Saratoga SpringsContinue reading “April WordPress Meetup”
A few weeks ago at the January Geek/Blogger dinner Thom Allen, Joseph Scott, Spencer King and I were all talking about how cool it would be if there was a time when WordPress developers/users/designers could get together and hash out whatever they were working on with the collective body of users. So, in the communityContinue reading “Utah WordPress Meetup”