Developing and Managing WordPress Content

Developing and Managing WordPress Content

At the February WordPress Sydney central meetup Dan Radigan @danradigan, self confessed Agile content geek at Atlassian’s San Francisco office, gave a talk on how to optimise content in your WordPress blog,  gaining a better reach to your...
WordFence Monitors Realtime WordPress Attacks

WordFence Monitors Realtime WordPress Attacks

Great news.  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. It’s quite mesmerising watching all the connections bounce over the world map but you have to...
Will My Website Break If I Update WordPress?

Will My Website Break If I Update WordPress?

I’m subscribed to and respond in a fair few number of WordPress groups and forums such as the WordPress Developers and WordPress Experts groups on LinkedIn. Do you know what one of the most commonly asked questions is? “Will my site break if I update to WordPress...
WordPress 3.9 Gets April Release Date

WordPress 3.9 Gets April Release Date

WordPress 3.9 has been given a release date of April 15th (tax day in the US). And there’s a lot to do before the release which was the focus of this weeks WordPress core dev meeting on Freenode. If you’re a WordPress developer and haven’t queued into one of...
CSS Hacks for Targeting IE 10 and Above

CSS Hacks for Targeting IE 10 and Above

I previously wrote a post showing how to target specific Internet Explorer (IE) versions using CSS hacks. So when I came across an CSS rendering issue for a client site which only seemed to happen in IE 10/11 (really!) I thought I’d skip back and see if those hacks...