WordCamp is the SXSW for WordPress users, a grassroots-organized tech conference for both users and developers, with sessions both basic and advanced.
WordPress Version 4.7 was released yesterday by the name of Sarah Vaughan and I could not be more thrilled. First Dinah Washington, then Billie Holliday and now “Sassy” Sarah! Now I can stop kvetching that WordPress doesn’t name enough versions after women. Thank you Mr. Mullenweg!
Pepper Adams was the kind of musician who excelled at playing a lesser-played instrument, which makes naming WordPress 4.6 for him so perfect.
Despite its user friendliness, WordPress can have a mean streak sometimes. All kinds of errors can occur on your blogsite that screw up your workday big time, issues that make you rampage to the WordPress.org Forum and beg for answers. But a lot of the problems with WordPress have similar fixes and if you remember […]
Users of Visual Composer had rude awakenings in the last couple of weeks after updating WordPress to Version 4.5. They found the popular page building plugin they’d been using suddenly didn’t work with the new, improved WordPress.
On April 13th, WordPress released Version 4.5 and this one pays homage to the legendary tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins. Born in 1904, Colman Hawkins was the first noted musician to take the sax and make it a jazz instrument. He also nudged jazz out of Swing and into Be-Bop. You might call him the King of Jazz […]