Have you ever activated a WordPress theme and been disappointed by that first impression? I’ve been using WordPress for a long time, and I still feel this way sometimes. The theme just doesn’t look or feel like the demo. I can imagine if you’re new to WordPress, this is even a bigger issue for you. […]
WordPress Tutorials, WordPress Videos, Opinions and Reviews
All posts categorized under WordPress, mostly the posts talk about plugins I use, or recommend, some WordPress tutorials, the occasional WordPress theme related post. Stuff about WordPress I like or dislike and other WordPress related stuff.
I tweet about WordPress regularly, I also participate in the WordPress official forums from time to time and I make surprise appearances at the local WordPress meetups.
I have posted a lot of WordPress videos on Youtube also, and not all of them have a blog post matching here so check those out in my youtube channel if you're looking for stuff you don't find in my WordPress archives.
For a little over a year, maybe two, people that keep track of the pulse with WordPress have known of a new editor for WordPress. It was released officially a few months ago and it wasn’t received well. The ratings for the plugin in the official WordPress repository are dismal with an average rating of […]
In today’s driving with Oscar video, I talk about a system that is arguably better than WordPress. In some cases, where you don’t need a blog or a platform to extend with plugins and special themes or custom development, this is better than WordPress. I think this is particularly true today, especially with some of […]
I found this cool plugin and I thought I’d share it with you. Along the same lines as using Time Doctor for your day to day activities, Post Worktime Logger for WordPress can give you a good estimation of how much time you have spent creating a blog post. I like knowing a few blogging statistics […]
I’ve grown a bit weary of the WordPress.com approach to things, especially when it comes to the overlap with WordPress.org. One of the issues I have is Jetpack, the massive multi-module plugin that provides WordPress.org installations with some of the functionality available to WordPress.com websites. WordPress.com vs WordPress.org If you don’t know what the difference […]
One of the somewhat recent developments on the web is that Google is starting to prefer content that is secured with an SSL certificate. It started in 2014 with an announcement by Google and it has been getting coverage by most SEO authorities for a while, like here, here and here. Now, 3 years later, […]