The second video in our screencast series, this shows you how to upload a plugin from a zip file with the WordPress Add New Plugin installer.
We created a YouTube page where we’ll be hosting video tutorials on doing various different things — both beginner and advanced — in WordPress. In our first video, we walk you through keeping your WordPress installation up-to-date wi…
WordCamp SLC is in one week, and I am speaking. In order to prepare myself, I have been talking to myself (which I refer to as “preparing my presentation”) and decided that filming myself might also be helpful. For the sake of anyone in…
Our themes are released under the GPL. That means that you are free to take them, change them, and even redistribute them under the terms of the GNU Public Licence. We’ve seen what a couple of you have done with our themes and we couldn’t be happier to see you taking our code and bending… (read more)
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