This has been an interesting week for me. I’ve worked every day from a hospital room. To try to keep a very long story somewhat short, my grandma was in the ER Sunday, the experience was bad and they dismissed her rather than taking the time to actually figure out the problem. This resulted in […]
Author: Aaron D. Campbell
WordPress is now letting plugins hosted in the WordPress.org repository use the GlotPress setup at translate.WordPress.org to handle all their translations! Twitter Widget Pro is now ready to be translated and all my other plugins will slowly follow!
I’m pretty passionate about WordPress, I’m pretty passionate about security, and I’m heavily involved in both. I’ve been working with WordPress for over ten years and helping build WordPress for over eight. I’m also on the WordPress core security team and have recently taken a lead role working on the iThemes Security plugin. There has […]
I’ve started putting my plugins on Github so it’s easier for developers to contribute. One of the big benefits of version control is the history, so I would hate to lose that on the move to git. The good news? I didn’t have to. The better news? It was actually easier than you might think. […]
For the first time in about fourteen years, I don’t have a company of my own. I’ve always kept my plugins on my company site, but now they’re all going to reside here for a while. My WordPress Plugins
First let me say that search engine optimization is a very complex subject. There are people who really know what they are doing and plenty of people that don’t. This writeup will not get you to the point where you really understand it all, and I highly recommend that you budget for a professional, but […]