Could have great potential for data to use for testing WordPress sites.
I have been working on a number of client sites recently and there seems to be an every increasing need to use WordPress widgets, and why not as they are a great way of getting content where you need it. However styling them provided tricky as they all have similar classes (although this is flexible [...]
Recently I have been working on a number of multisite installs of WordPress. The largest of these has been for a multisite install that is being used as an Intranet in a corporate environment. To help see the site from other users’ perspective I have been using the excellent User Switching plugin by John Blackbourn. [...]
As part of ongoing work I have been doing using WordPress for our Staff Intranet at work I wanted to build a tracking plugin that would be able to log which users in the WordPress multisite network had viewed different pages and posts and when. Storing the data in a custom table seemed the right [...]
An excellent tip/trick in order to allow you to develop locally and have sites available on 2 Macs e.g. Desktop (iMac) and MacBook Air.
I have recently sold my iMac on eBay. I have a MacBook Air and was not fully convinced when I purchased it that it would be good enough for a main machine. How wrong was I, which left me not really needing my iMac hence the reason for the sale. Therefore I needed to wipe [...]
This time last year I wrote a post about what I wanted my Web Developer aims to be for the year 2012. As we are on the last day of the year I thought it a good idea to review these to see which I have managed to achieve and which ones passed me by. [...]
Editing the WordPress profile page on the front end is a good way to provide members on a member site with access to their profile information whilst at the same time keeping them away from the more complex WordPress dashboard.
One thing that I have been looking into is to have a multisite installation of WordPress where the main blog holds master content. This can be be published or broadcast to other sites within the network, particularly when a new site is setup. Therefore you can have network sites that use default content from a master site. I think the solution lies with
restore_current_blog() but I am still looking into this.
I have been using WordPress multisite recently for an intranet project and it is working really well. With more and more sites needed it has been a great way to build sites quickly with a core user and code base. However one problem I have found is protecting the sites for specific users only. Here [...]