Learn how to customize the images used by Jetpack’s Related Posts module
Pippin Williamson of Pippin’s Plugins talked about Backwards Compatibility. If you develop plugins or themes, I’d recommend watching that video: Pippin offers some great advice about things to keep in mind when maintaining a plugin.
If you use the Jetpack plugin, you’re probably familiar with the Stats module. Once you’ve activated the module, you can also use the Top Posts widget to display a list of the most popular posts on your site. But what if there is one post that you never want to display there, even if it’s … Continue reading Jetpack: remove a post from the Top Posts Widget
I was invited to Timișoara to give a talk about Jetpack, and got to meet with the local WordPress community. It was a great meetup. Kudos to the folks from Presslabs, Rainfall, Cosmoslabs, and Get Bowtied. Thanks for being so welcoming. I’ll come again! I chose to talk about install.php, and how you could use it alongside mu-plugins and functionality … Continue reading Get a headstart with install.php & Jetpack – Timișoara WordPress Meetup
Plex is awesome. It’s an important part of our media centre at home. When I started playing with Myo apps, I figured Plex should be my first stop. I set to develop a small desktop app that would allow me to navigate in Plex and play/pause movies from my couch.
A few days ago I explained how to add hashtags to the tweets sent out by Jetpack Publicize. But what about the tweets your read can send using the Jetpack Sharing buttons at the bottom of your posts? Here is how to get tags from your posts, and add them as hashtags to the twitter … Continue reading Jetpack: add hashtags to the twitter sharing button
Here is how to add hashtags to the message posted by Publicize to Twitter and Facebook