Slides and audio from February’s WordPress Sydney meetup on developing and managing WordPress content.
WordFence, the makers of the WordPress security firewall plugin of the same name, have launched a real-time view of attacks blocked by their software
Our weekly dose of viral to lighten your mood and get you ready for the weekend. This week its not surprisingly all about love. And body parts.
There is a myth that updating to the latest WordPress version will break your website. It’s very is unlikely. Find out why.
Sometimes it seems like the contact page on your website has stopped working. Some weeks nobody comments on your blog posts or even calls your business at all! It’s probably not a case that you made a bad decision when you chose a web designer, or that they did a bad job for you. Your […]
WordPress 3.9 has been given a release date of April 15th. We may see an improvement to the widget area and refinement to some newly released features.
Do you need to target only IE10 and above with some CSS hacks? It can be done! Find out how.
Installing and using Grunt on Windows 7 64-bit. A quick tutorial on how to get started with using Grunt.
In an effort to adopt cleaner code all WordPress plugin repository commits via SVN will go through a PHP syntax check.
Are you using Grunt in your WordPress development projects yet? It will save your life!