Today, we’re covering PHP – the “PHP Hypertext Preprocessor” that runs, computes, analyzes, and stores your WordPress data.
Under the Hood with WordPress, Part 4: Using CSS
This is Part 4 of a 6-part series on diving “under the hood” with WordPress. Today, we’re covering the last part of CSS (Cascading Stylesheets). We’ll go over some specific examples that you’ll see often as you look through a WordPress theme.
Under the Hood with WordPress, Part 1: Knowledge is Power
This article explores the languages WordPress is built on – HTML, CSS, PHP, and jQuery – to help users better understand what’s going on “under the hood”
WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: What’s the Difference?
We explore the differences between WordPress.com and WordPress.org. We compare costs, extensibility, freedoms and restrictions, and maintenance issues.
Google Authorship on your Blog: The Why and How
Back in Dublin, I did a session on Google Authorship for the Travel Blogger’s Expo (TBEX), explaining the process and meaning behind linking your website to Google+. The process, while it seems intimidating, is actually very easy, and is (essentially) linking your profile and site together. I wanted to amend my session notes with some other […]
What is #WPChat?
#WPChat: Defined #WPChat is a weekly Twitter chat that takes place on Tuesday night at 8PM EST (5PM PST). We focus on having discussions on WordPress design and development, and on showcasing WordPress used in unique and interesting ways. Sounds awesome. What do we talk about? I want to run #WPChat very similarly to how #BlogChat […]