To automatically point to the secure (HTTPS) version of your site, you will need to add a few lines to your site’s Continue reading →
As you might know, I always run nightly builds on WP TIPS, so you can as a matter of fact already see the WP 4.4 comment form output in action on the site. Continue reading →
At long last I have just read something positive coming to WordPress 4.3. Continue reading →
During the Beijing WordPress Meetup of April, the topic of my presentation was Common WordPress Problems & Solutions.
The link to the PDF of the slides has been embedded in the title of this post.
The common problems I spoke about were:
- white screen of death
- 404 not found
- exhausted memory
- internal server error
- oops, broken link
- error establishing database connection
- headers already sent
- can’t select database
Apart from the fact that I find Feedburner a quite boring service and MailChimp a very cheerful service, I have a very good experience with MailChimp from my time in Valencia, Spain hosting the Vino Valencia events. Continue reading →
How super cool is this?!
This tweet button seems to be inspired by a facebook button. More info via the title link.
[hear it first on the tympanus collective #47]
Great article on WP Daily by Jay Hoffmann on first building your website in static HTML, before moving the lot to WordPress.
Today seems to be the day of the Slider. First I read that Sliders suck, then how to make them not suck and then I learned which slider performs best! Continue reading →
I had my work cut out for me, so I made myself very useful during Christmas by building a new WordPress theme for the WP TIPS site, based on Basejump. Continue reading →
Slowly but steadily the Twenty Eleven child theme I built this site on seemed to be falling apart. Continue reading →
It is therefore that I have temporarily switched WP TIPS to the new WordPress default theme Twenty Twelve.