WP-a2z.org – the Dynamic API Reference for WordPress – is a WordPress Multisite installation. sub-domains are used to hold the documentation for a selected plugin, theme or combinations thereof. Each time a new sub-domain is created we need to clone the contents of core.wp-a2z.org.
At WordCamp Bournemouth earlier this month someone mentioned that their customer really disliked the “Howdy,” message at the top right of the WordPress admin bar. There are already a number of plugins that replace the text. I looked at a couple and they did similar things, some doing it better than others. Continue reading
I’ve been trying to rediscover a plugin that included a “You may also like” section below each post that I’d originally by accident when updating a site and its plugins, but didn’t leave enabled because there were some integration problems. Continue reading
A number of my clients have multiple WordPress websites. They write their own content. Sometimes they want a play area (AKA sandbox) where they can try things out without messing up the site content. For quite a few of them, implementing a WordPress Multisite solution would appear to be the way to go. They would have their main sites visible to the general public and the play area(s) would be protected from view.
But it’s not just a simple matter of creating a site which is not checked as Public. Although it would not be listed by a shortcode such as [bw_blogs] it would still be accessible if you type in the site’s home URL.
So we need a plugin to protect the site. There appears to be a choice. Continue reading
The latest version of the add-to-any plugin (version 1.1.6) conflicts with Artisteer responsive themes. When the window size is narrower than 768 pixels, it can cause Artisteer‘s responsive jQuery code to add a <div> which is then styled as if it were a responsive video. This creates a huge blank space between the top of the page and the header. Continue reading
In 2011 Bobbing Wide evaluated plugins that could be used to manage sites requiring different levels of membership. We have revisited this list, adding the requirement to finely manage capabilities. Continue reading