2015 is just flying by. Seriously, how is it already June? I wouldn’t believe it, but my allergies and the calendar all seem to agree (*meh*). The month of May has been full of quite a bit of WP awesomeness, and we’ve compiled another news round-up with WordPress goodies from around the web. Ready to […]
What if you want to display multiple blogs or posts on multiple pages of your site, but only have a single install of WordPress? Sorry, it’s just not possible to do such a thing – or is it? While it’s technically not possible to have multiple blogs on a single install, there’s a simple work around.
It’s impossible to be in business for any length of time without coming across the occasional problem client – it’s just part of the process. And if we’re being truthful with ourselves, it’s not always the client’s fault, is it? Sometimes it comes down to a simple personality clash. The idea that we’re capable of […]
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The removal of the link title attribute in WordPress 4.2 caused some minor consternation when it was revealed. In this Weekend WordPress Project we look into the background of the move, show how you can revert it and discuss why it was almost certainly a change for the better.
On the recommendation of my friend Timothy Young I checked out the book The Martian: A Novel by Andy Weir. Think of it like Shackleton’s Voyage (a great recommendation from Toni) but on Mars. I really enjoyed the book, and if you like geeky, science-filled novels you will too. One thing about the publishing I … Continue reading Martian Review →
Our team at WP Shout is gearing up for a busy weekend of attending as many talks as we can at WordCamp Miami! If you couldn’t make it to Florida but don’t want to miss out, you’re in luck because there’s a livestream for the whole event!
When Automattic acquired Cloudup in 2013, two of the most exciting parts of the announcement was replacing the WordPress media library with Cloudup and the ability to co-edit posts similar to Google Docs. We discussed the concept in early 2014 and readers were concerned about owning their data. Two years later, (more…)
Three key provisions within the Patriot Act will expire at the stroke of midnight on Sunday. The Senate needs 60 votes in order to provide an extension or renew the provisions past June 1st. Section 215 of the measure is particularly controversial in that it allows the National Security Agency (more…)
Since writing about o2, Automattic’s successor to the P2 theme in 2013, a number of readers have requested updates on the project’s status. When asked about the project in a recent interview, Matt Mullenweg explained that despite loving the project and truly believing in it, work on o2 has shifted (more…)