The WordPress Toolbar saves me time daily with useful links as I jump around dozens of WordPress sites editing posts, pages and settings. But as a Super Admin on a multisite installation with hundreds of blogs and websites, I realized it also started costing me time soon after the network was created. Because my Super […]
There are many posts on the interwebs about how to use the WordPress Settings API to create theme options for your WP project. If you find these all too intimidating and time-consuming, there are a number of plugins and scripts to make the task easier: WordPress AdminPage Class I have used Markus Thömmes’ WordPress AdminPage Class […]
Though the Twitter tweet button may have spread to hundreds of thousands of websites, here’s five good reasons it’s not a good choice for many publishers.
Here’s how to replace your hard-to-change existing theme primary navigation menu with WordPress 3.0’s drap and drop, edit on-the-fly menu system.
When it comes to getting a contact form on your WordPress installation, plugins like Contact Form 7 usually come to mind. After all, that one plugin has 2.1 million downloads and counting, and it’s easy enough to create a simple and functional web form so that readers can get in touch with you. But what […]
upPrev is a simple plugin that delivers a little bit of New York Times functionality to your WordPress install.
Ozh’ Admin Drop Down Menu plugin organizes WordPress’ default left-side vertical navigation into a horizontal navigation bar with vertical drop-down menus. Sure, it’s a simple change. But it’s a big time and frustration saver.