I had a great time helping organize WordCamp Denver 2015. I didn’t get to attend as many sessions as I normally do at a WordCamp, but I still wrote down some random nuggets of goodness to share with you. Here they are, in no particular order.
There are many ways to customize content in WordPress. Two of the ways that I use most often are Custom Post Types and Advanced Custom Fields. Let’s look at how to maximize the use of each of these tools.
Build systems into your business to help streamline common tasks, complete projects more efficiently, and keep things from falling through the cracks.
We are proud to support this year’s 40 in the Fort and help promote Fort Collins’ beautiful landscapes and trails to mountain bikers across the country.
Oftentimes new users feel overwhelmed the first time they see the WordPress admin screen. I understand. I felt the same way the first time I logged into the WordPress backend. But don’t worry, everyone starts somewhere.
This Saturday I will be teaching a workshop on building WordPress themes from scratch for Girl Develop It. The workshop will be at Cohere Midtown from 8am – Noon. During the workshop I will teach you everything I’ve learned about building WordPress themes.
Use these tips to help take your site to the next level. Make this your best year ever!
I started to see code in a whole new way when I discovered every page load is just a series of hooks, filters, and triggers. Here’s my thought process when someone asks me about building something in WordPress.
Random Content is a WordPress plugin that lets you randomly display any content anywhere on your site. It comes with both a shortcode and a widget. Version 1.0 is now out.
Girl Develop It Fort Collins has a lively discussion about WordPress theme development practices, favorite WordPress plugins, and how to run a better WordPress business.