WordPress 3.4.1 Released

WordPress 3.4 brought a lot of great improvements, but it also brought some bugs. Thankfully the WordPress community and core dev team is great at fixing bugs quickly, so WordPress 3.4.1 has already been released. Patches and fixes in this release include: Fixes an...

Page Templates Bug in WordPress 3.4

If you have custom page templates in your WordPress theme, you might be having problems with the latest edition of WordPress. Version 3.4 “Green” is quite particular about page template name declarations. Template names need to be declared on their own...

Plugin Monday: Responsive Videos Embeds

If you’re like me and you’re working more and more with responsive design in WordPress, then you’ve probably ran into the annoying problem of YouTube videos not playing nice with your designs. Thankfully, there’s a plugin for that. Responsive...

Plugin Monday: Protect Your WordPress Website

The vulnerability from old version of the “Tim Thumb” image resizing script is still lingering out there in the WordPress world.  In case you missed that hot drama, you can read more about it from Matt Mullenweg, the founder of Automattic and creator of...

Plugin Monday: Sidekick & Relevanssi

Here are two quick ways to enhance WordPress: SideKick Make navigating the backend of WordPress more management with this little plugin by Dimas Begunoff. Sidekick allows you to collapse any element that may have sub-items, like pages and menu items.  This is...