Brian Krogsgard is a WordPress developer, blogger, and content curator from Birmingham, Alabama. He is the creator and editor of poststat.us, which offers reader-validated, curated WordPress news, and which has quickly gained prominence since its creation in January 2013.Read more →
Published under Featured.
We had a wonderful time at WordCamp Boston 2013. The presentations were absolutely fantastic, and pushed our understanding of WordPress in ways that were both deeply thought-provoking and immediately helpful. Toward the beginning of the weekend, we decided to write up the whole experience for people who (a) weren’t there and (b) can’t sit through the 20+ hours of video that would deliver the full experience.Read more →
Published under Theme Development.
My presentation about theme creep at and WordCamp Boston was nice, and the event as whole was awesome. You can see the slides from my presentation, if you’re interested, and we’ll let you know when the video is posted. We’re also planning to post about what we learned there later this week, so keep an eye out.
Theme creep is a form of technical debt.Read more →
WordPress is a great tool. If you need to run a basic CMS to get your words and images onto the internet, I’d never hesitate to suggest that you use WordPress. It’ll make it really easy for you to get all that stuff online, and better yet, there are thousands of themes to choose from at every conceivable price point.
This functionality is core to the experience of WordPress. Jumping around from theme to theme without worrying what’ll happen to all your words is an amazing thing.Read more →
Today we’re going to discuss a very useful hack I stumbled upon a month or two ago. I had a client who wanted to see live examples of a WordPress theme she was thinking about purchasing. The official demo looked great, sure; but what did the theme look like in the wild, running on an actual site?
It seemed like a reasonable request, so I thought I’d try a Google search for the theme.Read more →