Category Archives: Wordpress

I’ve blogged about FreshPost before…I learned today that it’s now known as Flutter. In addition to the previous capability to customize your WordPress Write panel, Flutter adds new theme and layout management capabilities. Might be worth looking into!

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“Are You Pondering What I’m Pondering?”

I’ve been a fan of Pinky and the Brain since they first debuted on the Animaniacs cartoons while I was in college. For an example of their wit and wisdom, just look at my new quotes widget in the footer … Continue reading

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Domain Mirroring with WordPress

One of my WordPress projects is for two closely-related non-profit organizations that have separate domain names. Right now, I’ve got one set up to just redirect to the other, but it would be nicer to have the content of the website reflect … Continue reading

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Google Maps for WordPress lets you add Google Maps to your pages and posts with a simple shortcode.

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WP Multiflex 5 is a free theme for WordPress that has some nice features — including an admin panel for picking which pages should occur in one of two different menu bars within the header. I’ve been looking for something … Continue reading

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WP-Crontrol lets you control the “cron” schedule within WordPress.

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Zack Design has created a WordPress plugin that will create fully CSS drop-down menus from your blog’s data. Might be a nice to use in combination with various templates.

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Lameda is a WordPress plugin to display metadata from any attachments to a given post or page. It uses the new shortcode capability of WP2.5.

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Releasing My First Two WordPress Plugins

I’m releasing my first two WordPress plugins today — SR-Childpages and SR-Wrapper. They add a couple convenient Shortcodes to WordPress 2.5 and beyond. Let me know what you think!

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FreshPost provides the ability to create custom write panels, complete with custom fields, in WordPress. The latest version is compatible with WordPress 2.5.

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