Category Archives: WordPress

Presentation: Welcome to the Family (WordCamp Toronto 2012)

Welcome to the Family Becoming an healthy, active member of the WordPress community Mohammad (Mo) Jangda Code Wrangler with Automattic (WordPress.com VIP) batmoo@gmail.com WordPress.org: batmoo Twitter: @mjangda http://build.codepoet.com If you use WordPress, you’re part of a family. A very, very … Continue reading

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Managing Your Editorial Workflow (WordCamp Toronto 2011)

The video of presentation at WordCamp Toronto 2011 on “Managing your Editorial Workflow” where I talk mostly about Edit Flow. Looks like the video was cut off, which is probably a good thing since it wasn’t really my best performance … Continue reading

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WordPress Debugging (WordCamp NYC 2012 Talk)

Here’s my presentation slides from WordCamp NYC 2012. Click on the slide below to go full-screen and arrow keys to navigate. Debugging The end goal of debugging is to find the causes to cute (and not-so-cute) bugs so we can squish … Continue reading

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Co-Authors Plus v2.6

Co-Authors Plus v2.6: Search user’s display names, change byline order and more | danielbachhuber. Thanks to Daniel, Co-Authors Plus, which I’ve long neglected, finally has an update with some long-overdue bug fixes and some sweet new features.

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On $wpdb->prepare

If you do the following, you’re a terrible person: There is absolutely no reason for prepare to be on a separate line. Here’s how you do it the right way: One line. Simple, easy to read, and not confusing.

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WordPress Distraction-Free Skin: Terminal/Matrix

Because all the cool kids want to feel like they’re writing posts in the Matrix. (Inspired by Zen)

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We are all WordPress

We all use it, we love it, and we want to learn it, teach others, and help WordPress become even better. We are all WordPress. – Jackie Dana

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Dogfooding Edit Flow

Note: Most of the code here is specific to my environment on Webfaction, github and for use with WordPress plugins. You can make it work for other setups (i.e. different hosts, local gits, or even SVN) but will involve some … Continue reading

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