In my recent WordCamp talks on content strategy, I've talked about content modeling in WordPress: how to analyze a site's content and break it up into new custom post types, fields, and taxonomies. I've gotten a lot of questions about it, so I'm going to spend six or seven long … [Read more...] about Content modeling for WordPress, part 1: analyze content
Back in April, when I wrote a rebuttal to that silly post asking where the women of WordPress are, I got a huge response. Tons of women replied (mostly on Twitter) and said they'd felt overlooked, too. As we talked back and forth, we all agreed that we wanted to do... something. … [Read more...] about Announcing the Women of WordPress community site, womenofwp.org
WordPress for Web Developers is out today! This is the second, much-revised and updated edition of Beginning WordPress 3, with a more accurate title. Everything's been updated for WordPress 3.6, and the chapters have been reorganized into three distinct sections that should be a … [Read more...] about WordPress for Web Developers now available!
Here are slides from today's online WP Summit talk, Content Strategy for WordPress, on Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/stephanieleary/content-strategy-22808244 There are lots of presenter notes, but you might have to download the file to see them. If you missed out … [Read more...] about Content Strategy for WordPress presentation
Here's the enormous list of WordPress plugins I mentioned at today's WordCamp Austin session. Huge thanks to Christopher Schmitt for putting this together during last year's WP Summit! … [Read more...] about Recommended WordPress plugins
A couple of the plugins listed here show up on Extend with warnings about not having been updated in the last two years. You can ignore those warnings. They haven't been updated because they were written correctly in the first place. Best Plugin for...? Great big list of best … [Read more...] about How to do damn near anything with WordPress