Deleting WordPress Users, Carefully

This is a quick article, based on an incident that happened last week to a client of mine. So you’re looking out for your website, and want to delete any old WordPress users from the site that no longer need access. This is a good thing, and you deserve a cookie. This type of thinking …

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Typography & WordPress

I’m here to hopefully convince you that typography means something to the user experience, and will be felt by many visitors.┬áText is the most common element on a website. In this article I’ll explain what exactly typography is, why it matters, and how you can control the┬átypography on your WordPress sites. …

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Talk: Building a Custom Theme in 30 Minutes

At WordCamp Buffalo 2016, Ben Dunkle and I gave a talk named “A Custom Theme in 30 Minutes”.

You can view the Slides for A Custom Theme in 30 Minutes. You can also check out the Github repository of the files of the theme we created live at the event. The theme has many comments added to help show you what certain sections of code do. …

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Advantages to running WordPress

Whenever someone asks me what I’d suggest to them for a Content Management System (CMS) or blogging platform, the answer is almost always WordPress. I power this site with WordPress, as well as probably 75% of my design clients sites. WordPress has many distinct advantages over other alternatives, and as an overall platform I find …

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Meet Andy at Wordcamp NYC

I’ve got some exciting news; I’ll be attending my first ever Wordcamp on November 14th and 15th in NYC. Very excited to go to one and have been trying to get to one for a couple years now. As most of our clients know we almost always suggest wordpress as a CMS or blog for …

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