Posts about WordPress

WordPress is a web-browser-based content management system, which started life as a spin-off of b2/cafelog before becoming the most widespread CMS in the world. I began casually helping out with WordPress’ predecessor b2/cafelog in 2001, and I’ve built personal and professional sites using WordPress for over sixteen years. I’m currently a partner at Swiss WordPress agency Say Hello.

WordPress function: getting attachment and thumbnail captions for a post

It’s rare that I post anything heavily internet-related or even extremely code-geeky, so please skip this entry if it’s of no interest! I was asked today if I knew how to get the captions of Post attachments in WordPress and so I knocked up the following two functions; one which returns an array of all […]

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coll8 Social Media Streaming

coll8, named as an abbreviation of the English word “collate”, allows users of the WordPress publishing software to provide website visitors with a page which collates all of their social media streams into one place: from Twitter and Flickr to Facebook, Vimeo, YouTube and Google Reader.

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Categorization bug in WordPress

I’ve been using WordPress for years and in the main, it’s a fantastic piece of collaborative software. However, the fact that the standalone version which is installed on one’s own server is supported mainly by community effort instead of a dedicated team means that when a particularly unusual bug crops up, it’s difficult to get […]

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Full ahead

Plans are progressing faster and faster, as we get more and more tasks finished in advance of leaving for our trip to Scotland at the weekend. I’ve installed and configured the newest software behind this journal (version 2.3 of WordPress) which was released today, allowing me to post directly to the internet via email. I’ve […]

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