Until recently, promoting Premium plugins was not an easy task. While new theme shops appear every month, paid plugin services are not so common. Things might change though: a new service was launched today, called WP App Store.
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If you are using GitHub, here is a big list of all projects you can start watching and forking now! WordPress-Related Projects to Watch on GitHub | Themergency.
If you have ever downloaded plugins from the WordPress repository, you know that their quality varies a lot. That’s why it is a good practice to use plugins that were developed by well-known and respected plugin authors, and/or that have been downloaded a lot already: you know that the code has been reviewed, that the […]
Mark Jaquith is a lead developer of the WordPress team, and always comes up with great advices for theme developers. Here is a new one, for all of you working with a local instance on your machine for development. If you want to avoid the numerous small issues you face with your different configurations between […]
If you are working with Facebook, you must have been slightly worried when they announced the end of the FBML for page tabs. Within a few weeks, some alternatives have been created, and you could switch from the old FBML to some new system. But to me none of these solutions seem satisfying. And let’s […]
In the past year, Tumblr has become a popular social network thanks to a couple of very simple, yet very useful features. These features have even pushed many bloggers to abandon WordPress for Tumblr. But today, Woothemes changes the game (once again!)
With the upcoming release of WordPress 3.1, a new feature will be added to WordPress, for admins to be able to edit and interact with their site directly from the front-end. This admin bar will be placed at the top of the website, and will provide quick links to the admin menus directly from the […]
Poll Results: How Many Plugins do You Use? | Digging into WordPress An interesting result of the poll published a months ago on Digging into WordPress, showing the use of plugins by WordPress users. Go have a look!
Google Wave Sample Details – wp-wave-shortcodes – Google Code The first WordPress Google wave plugin, in order to embed waves into WordPress blog posts. For those of you not familiar with Google Wave yet, have a look at that post, and subscribe now in order to get an invite when Gogle Wave will go live! […]
There are lots of things to say about WordPress today! News First! Yummthemes debacle and what we think – From The Couch | CSS Videos | Video Tutorials | Video Interviews Yesterday we saw quite a bit of activity on twitter about a new theme company, yummthemes, coming as a competitor to woothemes and Thesis […]