Seeing as how I’m big on getting behind your sports team, I saw an initiative by White Wall Web (Disclaimer: I used to work for them) to get the internet into the World Cup Feva by adding what they call a FlagTag to your site. I think it’s fantastic, see my FlagTag on the right of the site. But what most people (who cant code) don’t know how to do is add the code to their website. So I thought, let’s use my WordPress experience and slap together a plugin. No code editing, just a simple download and upload, activate the plugin, and choose your flag! It’s that easy.
Download it here or here.
Update: This product has been retired.
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Although many have written them off, I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say it…I think Bafana Bafana (South African national soccer team) will make the Quarter Finals of the upcoming Fifa 2010 World Cup. Here’s why Continue reading “Bafana Bafana”
Some more photos from our Woothemes adventure in Austria :
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So…I haven’t posted for a while, but here I am in the snow in Austria on holiday with the Woothemes crew! Check out more of our adventures at the Woo on the Slopes site. For now, here’s a pic or 2
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I’ve been thinking quite a bit about it recently and the more I do, the more the thought becomes ingrained in my mind: Code is Beautiful.
I find myself sometimes marveling at the structures of well written code…neat indentation and clean and clear, self commenting markup, but more than that…a certain eloquence about how some functionality is written – that really gets me excited. I really enjoy looking deep into the heart of some code and seeing what it really is about….seeing a glimpse into the writers passion and emotions…. Continue reading “Code is Beautiful”
So recently I had to implement 2 sets of sites using WordPress Mu (multi-user) and one of the requirements (for both sites) was to be able to domain map the sub-sites, much like you can do on WordPress.com for a fee. So I went about prototyping this and managed to get it working!
So I thought I would share my joy with a quick guide, because it was great to see it actually work!
What do you need… Continue reading “How to Domain Map with WordPress Mu”
Found this awesome WordPress Cheat Sheet. I found it very useful… Continue reading “WordPress Cheat Sheet”
I was working on a project last week and needed to use the categories in WordPress to seperate content, but also needed to provide an RSS Feed of only one of the 2 categories. So I did a quick Google – because I figured someone else has probably done this before – and sure enough I found this :
Continue reading “Filter your WordPress RSS Feed”
Well, I have some pretty serious and exciting news to share…I have decided to take up a position at Woothemes! This is a fantastic opportunity and am really grateful to be going on this journey with everyone at Woothemes. I’ll be starting on 1 December – so keep watching Woothemes for all the exciting times ahead! Continue reading “It’s Official – Woothemes!”
So I’ve been tinkering with JQuery this weekend and have built a function for WordPress to display a JQuery accordion of a certain number of posts from a certain category – Title and Excerpt details.
It also can be used across both pages and posts using a shortcode.
Update – I have built a WordPress plugin to run this function and shortcode,
and have created its own page here for download and instructions. It is now retired.