If you have ever downloaded plugins from the WordPress repository, you know that their quality varies a lot. That’s why it is a good practice to use plugins that were developed by well-known and respected plugin authors, and/or that have been downloaded a lot already: you know that the code has been reviewed, that the … Continue reading Want to receive feedback on the quality of your theme/plugin?
Les podcasts : comment présenter ce medium, de qualité, mais très peu consommé par le grand public ? J’y suis personnellement arrivé très tard, après avoir reçu mon premier smartphone. C’est maintenant mon passe-temps favori. Voici donc une petite sélection de mes podcasts préférés, ceux qui me font sourire dans les transports en commun, et … Continue reading Podcasts : THE ultimate liste, en attendant vos recommendations !
Yesterday, Automattic announced the launch of a new plugin, bringing functionalities of WordPress.com to those of us having a self hosted blog. The plugin is named Jetpack and you can find all about it on this website: Jetpack.me You will need a wordpress.com account to activate some of these new features, but it is worth … Continue reading JetPack brings 8 WordPress.com functionnalities to your self-hosted blog
It was announced a few hours ago, WordPress 3.1, codename “Reinhardt”, is finally out. After a long period of beta versions and Release Candidates, the core team has solved all the remaining bugs and 3.1 is ready. Tons of new features will be included in that new release. I have presented you will all of … Continue reading WordPress 3.1 is here, go download it!
If you have been following the development WordPress 3.1, you know that the new Post formats feature has been subject to numerous debates. Today, Andrew Nacin clears out the situation with a detailed explanation. Thank you Andrew, for once nobody will #blamenacin :) On standardized post formats
If you browse the WordPres.org forums from time to time, you wil quickly realize that some questions keep coming back, and the solutions proposed are often similar. “Check your plugins”, “Do you have access to FTP?”, … WPtroubleshooting proposes clear and easy answers to all these questions, through video tutorials.
If you are WordPress fans, you must know the history of your favorite CMS software, its creation, its evolution, its core members. But here is a detail I did not know until today: it all started in a comment on Matt’s blog, 8 years ago!