Tag Archives: Web Development

Edit Flow/WordPress Idea: User Directory

Update: sorry, should have pointed out that this idea was inspired by wireframes posted by Anthony Pesce (of the Populous project). Here’s an idea that I thought might be a useful addition to Edit Flow especially once we add in … Continue reading

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Mockingbird: wireframing made awesome

Wireframing is awesome! Using Mockingbird, a recently launched Cappuccino-based wireframing tool, I was able to whip up some quick UI concepts I’ve been thinking of for the next iteration of Edit Flow. Though obviously not as fast as a hand-drawn … Continue reading

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WordPress Plugin: Plugin Notes

This is the outcome of a couple of hours of Friday night coding after an open call by Chris Coyier over at Digging into WordPress. Here’s what Chris asked for: Ever look through your list of plugins and forget just … Continue reading

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WordPress Tip: Using the same template across multiple category, tag, and author pages

Update (2009-12-21): So, the original technique that I had posted is a bit hacky and kinda gets annoying when you have lots of categories and category templates. There’s a better approach that can add to your functions.php file to make … Continue reading

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