This week I released Exifography 1.1 (Yay! Woohoo!) Exifography is a rewrite of Thesography, my WordPress plugin, which displays EXIF data for photographs that have been uploaded to WordPress and enables the import of location (and a few other) EXIF. I was pretty excited about this rewrite. It was something I had been meaning to […]
Thesis 1.8 has lots of great new features, but one of the less publicised ones is the range of filters that has been extended. These filters make it possible to customise even more of Thesis’ output without modifying core files. Previously, squeeze pages or landing pages that varied significantly from the rest of your site’s […]
With the recent launch of WordPress 3.0 there are loads of sweet new features to dig into. Digging into WordPress has a nice summary of many of the new features. My favourite new features include the custom post types and custom taxonomies (which have been available for a while, but the dashboard management capability has […]
A normal category page I don’t know if you’ve noticed: on a WordPress category archive page, posts from that category and all its child categories are displayed. I don’t know why. It’s not the behaviour I would have expected, and although it’s not necessarily a bad thing, I can understand that some people wouldn’t want […]
What’s a loop? When using WordPress, “The Loop” refers to the code in your template files that displays posts. Usually there is only one main loop per page, but you can have secondary custom loops to show special content. These can include recent posts and related posts.
Yes, drop-up is a bit of an oxymoron. Technically you pull something up and drop something down, but since we talk about drop-downs so much, and the effect of what I’m about to show you happens with the same amount of “gravity”, and I’m not an language pedant (all of the time)… it’s okay. I […]