Yesterday Jane Wells created a call-to-action to help create a native Twitter importer for archived tweets, a new feature that Twitter is releasing that is helping to support their growing “more open” strategy. ***Note*** This won’t be in core, this will be as a plugin as the other importers have been. Clarified! The roll-out of downloading your archived tweets is still pending for many users and you’ll get an invite via your email to know that the feature is active – I have yet to get one personally but can’t wait to download my nearly 40,000 tweets – I’m not sure […]
I love all of the resources that are readily available to us via the WordPress community and core team – in fact, if you just dig a little you’ll encounter a host of knowledge that you may not have been aware of that has already been created. For example, accessibility is a huge focus for WordPress as the goal is to enable and support as many people as possible, even those with disabilities or handicaps. Accessibility is more than just design – it’s a way of thinking and building applications and crafting an experience that makes sense: Accessibility in web […]
Have you ever wanted to learn how to create a WordPress Theme from scratch? Here’s an incredible primer via ThemeShaper that has gotten an incredible amount of attention because, well, it deserves it. The first version was done by Ian Stewart and now the second edition has been released, with the last part covering the distribution of a WordPress Theme being completed recently. It’s everything you need to get started and is fast becoming a staple for those that are first entering into the theming waters. The entire Table of Contents is listed below and I suspect that you’ll be […]
There is a large and continual debate as to whether or not you should build your WordPress blog and site to be responsive or if you should go native or have a server-side solution. I think you can argue strongly on all sides as long as you have a legitimate reason and motivation for developing that particular solution – it can’t just be “well, X does it so we’ll do it too!” Check out this white-paper by Mobile Joomla and Brave New Code as well as related infographic below:
WPBeginner’s new business cards for his site and personal brand.