October 28th, 2015
If you are like me, you feel like there is a lot to be desired for how uploaded filenames look in Wordpress. Don’t get me wrong, it does a decent job in terms of making them web-safe (sometimes?), but for actually making a standardized, consistent structure across everything – not so much.
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March 29th, 2015
Some back-end things are a pain, especially making custom classes for elements in the WYSIWYG editor portion of Wordpress. Say for example, you want to add in a “pdf” class to links you add, so we can custom style them on the front-end.
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February 12th, 2014
If you’re a lot like most Wordpress builders and users, you only use like half of features of what is in the default Wordpress admin menu. If you are building a site for a client, sometimes they use even less, a lot less. It makes sense to streamline this workflow for yourself and them.
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December 11th, 2012
If you’re like me, or thousands of other people, you like to develop Wordpress sites via localhost solutions. But when it comes to moving your site online to show clients or the boss, you just know there is going to be a long back-and-forth process of changes, improvements and tweaks to the site.
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