At WPMayor we love to get the inside view from developers working with WordPress. Following our last interview with Brad Trivers, this week we got in touch with another top WordPress developer, Felix Krusch from WordPress theme label RichWP.
In this interview, we discuss WordPress frameworks, with an emphasis on RichWP itself. Felix also talks about how his workflow has changed since he developed his framework, this should be interesting for other WordPress developers out there, in fact we look forward to hearing your views in the comments section below.
Finally, Felix is offering a RichWP FrameWork Child Theme Package to a lucky reader, more details on this towards the end of the interview. So let’s get cracking…
If you are a WordPress developer or a WordPress user you’ve spent time looking for plugins. We are familiar with the Plugin Directory at WordPress.org, the go-to directory for free WordPress plugins. However, there is also a little known alternative that is arguably a more efficient way of finding plugins. Enter SearchWordPressPlugins.com!
WordPress 3.3 is finally out, and features a host of new improvements in the UI, along with other novelties.
A new feature I’m digging is the image_size_names_choose filter, which enables us to add new image sizes to the media upload/insert interface.
You have a new blog where you share your ideas, life and/or advice, and of course you want people who are interested in the topic to find it, start following it, share your ideas and comment on your posts. The problem is, where are the readers? How should people find your blog?
We are now accepting job submissions in the WordPress Jobs section on WPMayor.
A short while ago, we had given you a link to a presentation on using WordPress as a web development framework. Today, we want to take it a bit further and get some input from our readers.
Our discussion today focuses on using WordPress as a framework for building applications on.
WP Robot is an efficient, time-saving autoblogging tool. It automatically posts new and relevant content to your blog. It features content from 21 different content sources, including 9 monetizing sources. It includes keyword campaigns, custom post templates, free support, and more than 100 customizable options. Let’s take a closer look at its features.
I recently needed to implement a live chat plugin on a WordPress site, so I had to do the obligatory research for good plugins in this area. Let’s see what I found out…
In this post we take a look at usage of NextGen Gallery, the best gallery plugin for WordPress.
As 2011 nears its end, WordPress consolidates its place as the world’s number one open source CMS. You might already be planning a NYE resolution for starting a blog in 2012, or revamping your company’s website. One of the first questions people ask is what plugins they should install on their WordPress blog.
Having the right plugins in place can give you a big head-start and can help you achieve all the functionality you every dreamed of. Today we therefore take a look at some of the plugins that will be hot in 2012. Most of these plugins have already been around for quite some time, and have been fine-tuned to perfection by their respective developers.