In the growing tech world, there’s so many social media platforms out there it can make your head spin. Luckily, one of the dominant ones for tech and cutting edge news is Twitter – there, you can gain followers by the hundreds to push your content out. It’s also a great way to share credit ideas […]
I had the opportunity to speak with Vivian Vu from WooRockets.com about WooThemes, WooCommerce, and some big plans for the future. Check it out!
As my second WordPress plugin, Blog Slug to News adds a simple feature that changes all mention of the term “blog” throughout the site to “news” – since blogging still has an unprofessional stigma, a huge amount of clients felt “news” was more appropriate. This can be used by site owners, developers, or anyone who wants to […]
As a member of the WooThemes Ninja Team, I spent time over the summer of 2014 revamping their WooThemes Video workflow process and kickstarting a series of video initiatives that will continue with renewed effort continuing into 2015. Taking consumer feedback and impressions gained from the WooThemes Community, we started a WooCommerce 101 video series […]
Hey all! I came across an interesting situation today – a user wanted to be able to accept payments from clients or customers through WooCommerce, without making it a full fledged store or worrying about integrating with accounting software. It’s too cool of a use to pass by, so I made a quick video walk […]
Without further ado, here’s a fast way to change the Canvas Theme by WooThemes to have a sticky footer (which means that it will always display at the bottom of the page, regardless of your content length):
For anyone who has worked with me or talked about picking a WordPress theme, they’ll know that I almost always suggest the Canvas theme from WooThemes.com. With a nice clean slate and a huge selection of user-facing options, Canvas can be modified to fit any need – as shown by the growing variety of Canvas Child […]
Today, I was lucky enough to speak at WordCamp Providence about the Flexibility of WooCommerce. Couldn’t make it? Don’t worry, neither could I! Instead, we recorded it via Google Hangouts, so everyone can enjoy it here. Watch & Listen Download the Slides Since the video seemed to get stuck and miss some slides, you can download […]
One of the common questions I come across involves page IDs – specifically, how can a user tell what the page ID is for the current page they’re viewing? This is important for a lot of custom code jobs, so here are three quick and easy ways to find the Page ID in WordPress. Method […]
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