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Over the last few weeks, I’ve talked about some of the changes that I’ve been looking to make over the coming weeks primarily so that I can re-focus my efforts. Specifically, I talked about this in this post and in this post. One of the first changes that I needed to make was that of the […]

Not quite a month ago, I mentioned that I was going to begin open sourcing the themes (and potentially plugins) that we sell on WordPress.com. Right now, this is only a single theme (though others are in development and I’ll talk more about that later). As of today, Mayer for WordPress.com along with the three (yep, […]

When I first launched the landing page for the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate last year, the main idea was to grow a site around the single landing page that offered code examples, how to’s, and other forms of documentation. But I’ve spent the last month working on some special material for the Boilerplate (that I’ll talk […]

A little over a month ago, I released the latest version of the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate. The response has been great – more than I was expecting, really but that’s a good thing – and, generally speaking, it’s been overall positive. Over the last month or so, it’s become clear that more time and resources will […]

Comments are closed on this post. Rather than posting a comment, submit a few dev practices.I don’t talk about this much on this particular blog because it’s outside the scope of the usual content on which I try to focus, but whenever there’s something worth mentioning, I bring it up. As such, almost a year […]

A few years ago, I started the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate project as nothing more than a GitHub repository used to store code that I found myself frequently using in both personal and client projects. As I became more involved with WordPress, as I began to build more plugins for fun and profit, and as I […]

In 2011, I released the first version of the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate and have been maintaining it (along with contributions from other programmers) ever since. Over the last couple of years, the Boilerplate became quite active – as far as very small projects are concerned – with issues, pull requests, and so on. It’s been […]

One of the things that I’m working hard to have released by the end of the month is the latest version of the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate. The latest version has been in development for quite a while now (a lot has happened offline so, you know, that’s how it goes). The last time that I really […]

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I’m going to be turning off pingbacks for the public-facing side of this blog for a number of reasons the least of which is not to help make it easier for others to participate in comments. In order to do that, I’ve written a small plugin that helps makes this […]

One of the best parts about being someone who uses WordPress on a daily basis both for personal use and in doing work for others is the ability to create solutions to problems that you encounter throughout your day-to-day. Obviously, some problems are more complex than others and require more elaborate solutions, whereas others are […]