This is second post in a three part blog post series on setting up a WordPress development environment. The first part can be read here. Having got your local machine setup ready with your hosts etc. the next part is to actually create your WordPress site on the local machine under version control. The steps […]
Having worked with WordPress for the best part of 8 years now I have gone through a number of different setups in order to develop a WordPress site. However I think I have finally found one that works the best of the lot and therefore here is my WordPress development setup. This article will come […]
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. […]
Over at Pixel Junction Creative we have a number of developers and designers working on projects together and we were getting increasingly frustrated with having to email each other all the time to keep everyone up-to-date and in the loop with what was going on. To get around this I came across the P2 WordPress theme developed by Automattic. This has provided a great solution to our needs and I wanted to talk about how we have implemented the theme in order to create a development log.