This looks really interesting and I like how you can power it with a Google Spreadsheet. Could be great for education, History in particular.
It was noted a few days ago that this blog did not render well on a mobile device. In fact I had already noticed this on my iPhone but had put it down to something else. However some simple layout changes and CSS fixes seem to have fixed the problem and therefore this site should now render much better on mobile devices.
Very handy graphic showing the WordPress dashboard menu slugs, order numbers and names etc. Excellent for when you want to customize the menu.
Been waiting for this plugin to be added to the Jetpack plugin for a while and finally it has been. A great way to show images in a nice gallery carousel whilst still using the native WordPress gallery feature. Even better s that the author has taken the plugin out oj Jetpack!
Having visited WordCamp UK over the weekend of the 14th and 15th of July in Edinburgh one of the talks spurred me on into thinking about my development environment and how I could improve it. The talk in question was “Totally Custom Theme Development” and was a panel discussion on how we develop themes etc. [...]
After some discussion at WordCamp UK this weekend regarding functions either in a parent child theme relationship or using a plugin, either way we need a way to update this easily like the WordPress auto update functionality. This solutions seems to enable you to do this hosting the updates yourselves – very much like Gravity Forms must do.
Plugin to improve security given in the WordCamp UK talk.
Enables you to produce a list of WordPress users on your site that have a specific role e.g. authors.