An ongoing goal of WordPress is to improve the way it works for sites that use HTTPS, and more specifically sites that run a mixture of schemes (for example, HTTPS in the admin area but HTTP on the front end). One of the most visible bugs currently is that media in an HTTPS admin area is […]
Abandoned shopping carts are a growing problem for online retailers, an Abandoned cart is when a site visitor adds items to their cart but then leave the site without making payment and completing the purchase.
Approximately $4 trillion worth of merchandise will be abandoned in online shopping carts this year, and about 63% of that is
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In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I discuss the death of Alex King who was a pillar of the WordPress project. King passed away a few days ago from colon cancer. We share stories of meeting and discussing WordPress topics with King and describe his many contributions (more…)
Last week, I shared the lessons I learned and the drawbacks to moderating comments in WordPress. In this post, I highlight six plugins that solve a problem I encountered or enhance comments for both readers and site administrators. All of the plugins are free of charge and available from the (more…)
Do you know your own story? Have you learned how to tell it? A couple weeks ago in Dallas After three months at home, away from conferences, talks and events, I headed out to Austin and Dallas for meetings and a conference. While in Dallas, I had the opportunity to deliver the keynote to the […]