Monday, Jeff Chandler published a post on WP Tavern called, “It’s Time For WordPress to Automatically Update Themes, Plugins, and Core by Default.” I have a huge amount of respect for Jeff and the WP Tavern team. I think they have a great handle on what is going on in the WordPress space and they […]
I am extremely excited to share with you that I will attending Prestige Conference this weekend, remotely. While I want 2015 to be the year that I venture to a few more WordPress conferences and events, I have just begun to make arrangements both financially and schedule-wise. So I was delighted to hear (albeit at […]
WordPress has a plugin problem. Now I know that there are plugins for this and for that. In fact, there are very few things that there aren’t multiple (if not hundreds) of plugins for. They are constantly being released. In fact, it seems that the plugin review team for wordpress.org always needs volunteers (I do […]
I attended a meet up last night. To be honest, I wasn’t sure I would go at first. But I felt good and wasn’t as tired as I normally am after work and decided to make the effort. I’m glad I did.
It’s an exciting day for me. I am super proud to announce an upcoming venture that’s been a long time in the making. In the near future, I will be selling WordPress themes at Red Cloud Themes. I know. It’s crazy in this day and age to start selling WordPress themes. The market is saturated. […]
WordPress hosting is a highly competitive space these days. There are excellent options at every price point and companies spend tons of time and money on making sure that they are positioned in the right spaces and with the right messages.
I remember it well. We were attempting to migrate an enormous multisite installation of WordPress that another company had built and we had finished after they ran into scope issues. It wasn’t going well.
If you’ve been in the WordPress community the past few years, you’ve probably heard of Post Status, the WordPress news site run by Brian Krogsgard. If not, I’d love to introduce you to this super helpful site.
Small groups can be life changing. One of the greatest ways I have found to discover what a church truly values and how well my family and I will do there is how the church approaches small groups.
So over the past few months, perhaps even more than a year now, I’ve watched many people within the WordPress community, even Matt Mullenweg himself, talk about how WordPress, if it is to grow (some have even said survive) has to start competing with applications such as Squarespace and Wix in terms of ease of […]