Without ever changing WordPress, no reason to keep expensive WordPress consultants on retainer or spend thousands monthly on VIP.wordpress.com.
At last a website screenshot utility with a decent name. I’ve always wanted to like Paparazzi on the name alone.
Just because a feature is possible does not make it desirable. Website owners are burdening themselves with overkill every day.
Visiomenté don’t produce anything except legal documents and hassle.
I often have to introduce our team to Textile formatting and our clients. I’ve linked to the other great Textile documentation out there.
So for non-programmers, here’s how to get Textile editing working on BBEdit. Review of other OS X textile solutions.
We’ve found that even WordPress sites which are principally already UTF-8 have the odd Latin1 table sneaking into them. Here’s how you find them.
For some unaccountable reason, the URL 404’s now (don’t Google know about 301 redirects?) – here’s the new working nightly build link.
As mobile devices get better, more visitors are using smart phones to surf. Here’s a step by step guide to quickly create a great mobile site.
Think you are getting commercial quality flawless code with a paid WordPress theme? Think again: commercial themes are boobytraps for the unwary.
How to solve the server side permissions issues between HTTPD and FTP. Making KFM play nice with FTP.
How to use backlink analysis, Google’s site search and 301 redirects to keep your old backlinks and search engine rankings when moving to a new site.
In general I believe that a lot of the coding developers (as opposed to user interface developers such as myself) like trying new languages like some men like trying fresh girlfriends. Each time a new language comes along they think this might be the one. But for the most part it’s a waste of time. Stick with the one you have if she’s kind to you.