In a list of posts on a WordPress blog, it’s a common problem: some dates display, and some are missing. The reason is one example of what I call “WordPress magic”. Before you beat your head against your desk, let me provide a quick solution… Look in your template, and find the function the_date(…). Replace…
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What is the Mechanical Turk? This week, I finally tried out this service from Amazon, which allows you to employ workers from around the world to do simple, but important tasks. Read more to learn how Mechanical Turk can help you!
Ever want to be a rockstar with your beloved Mac? Fly through windows and code like you’re BOSS? Sign up now at GUIfree.com, for a free daily tip showing you how to use your Mac to its fullest potential! The fifth project in the 1×52 series.
An update on Day 2 of Jambx.com. Sign up today and check out the lyrics sharer!
At the top of the WordPress Dashboard, a notice usually appears to upgrade WordPress, whenever a newer version of WordPress is out and you haven’t upgraded yet. The notice appears for anyone with admin status. If you have a client with admin privileges, it’s often still helpful to remove this automatic notice, since upgrades can…
In Week 4 of the 1×52 project, I built a lyrics sharer – something like Twitter, for song lyrics. I always want to quote lyrics when I’m rocking out to them – but don’t want to spam Twitter or Facebook with it. Check it out!
I’m proud to be at inbox zero. And you can be too! Here’s how I did it.
I met and talked with a homeless guy today. Here’s the story of Woodstock – with anecdotes from other stories I’ve learned of the homeless folks in Redwood City, CA.
This week, I’ve been at WordCamp SF 2011, so I haven’t had as much time to devote to a new project. So, I’ll throw out my wildcard here: today’s project is this site itself: kGuac.com. A place to share personal thoughts without spamming Facebook or my professional sites.
I spent the weekend at WordCamp 2011, with fellow WordPress nerds. Did you know that WordPress is used on 22 out of every 100 US-owned domains? With a worldwide support, the WordPress community is thriving – and this weekend at WordCamp, it showed!