category: wordpress

03
JAN
2011

Due to a technical problem in a plugin that controls registrations, I have disabled registration globally until it can be fixed. Not many of you registry anyways, but it’s good to announce it that it is happening.

02
MAY
2010
22
APR
2010
13
APR
2010

When you are writing a plugin that uses Ajax in the front end, you must use:

add_action( 'wp_ajax_nopriv_<ACTION NAME>', <YOUR FUNCTION> );

…as doing…

add_action( 'wp_ajax_<ACTION NAME>', <YOUR FUNCTION> );

… is only for logged in users. So if you have a plugin that operates no matter which way users interface with the plugin, you must provide both action calls to make sure it all gets processed. Helpful tip. :)

Will be back shortly…

07
APR
2010

Professional WordPress

Posted by Shane
Professional WordPress

Professional WordPress

So you all that read this blog have at least some use of WordPress right? Good. That’s a start. 😉 So I knew this book was coming out and I have met two of the three people behind it: Hal Stern, David Damstra (Have not met.. I do not think) and Brad Williams.

I have note gotten it yet, but going through the pages that you can read via it’s Amazon page, I am mentioned in the acknowledgment page in Brad’s Paragraph. I feel really honored to be mentioned.

This book goes through everything you need to know to use, setup, and customize WordPress to it’s full advantage. It does not mention WordPress 3.0 and it does differentiate WordPress and WordPress MU where it is now one fork.

For those trying to make a better WordPress site this book might be for you! It’s one of many out there, but this one from the quick read that I have gotten does a pretty good job of being very through. So new… old… need a reference? Go get it or the E-Book version on Wrox (Good for those people with the iPad).

04
APR
2010

So I thought I give you all an update. I am still traveling back and forth between NY to MN for work, working on web design and other related Best Buy/Geek Squad issues. It has been frustrating to say the least to fly back every two weeks. I am meeting tons of new people while in Minnesota. Starting tomorrow I will be staying for an entire month, but I was allowed to have the entire week off from April 30 through May 10th. It just so happens that it falls during my birthday. I also have a wedding to attend to in Boston that week, so it works out perfectly.

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12
FEB
2010

I took the dive today and moved this site into WordPress 3.0 Development trunk way ahead of the feature freeze date. I been monitoring the commits, and while I haven’t done much except for the few patches I have submitted the code is very stable.

For those daring, go ahead and run the trunk. You’ll notice a speed difference with everything including the jQuery. Backup your site for when something fails or you need to revert!