When WordPress 3.4 was released a few weeks ago, many posts were written reviewing the great new features that the release included, like embeddable tweets, linkable photo captions, and theme options. However, one new feature that was added in 3.4 was barely mentioned anywhere, and we only know about it due to... View Post
So, today, when I migrated one of our client's sites from our staging server to the live/production server, I was frustrated that some of the widgets... View Post
Over at illuminea, we’ve been migrating WordPress sites for years. So we thought we’d seen it all when it came to WordPress migration. And yet, recently we encountered an issue that we had never dealt with before, that puts a snag in the ease with which you can move WordPress sites: data... View Post
Many of our clients request English and Hebrew websites and ever since WordPress 3.0 made WordPress Multisite a breeze to install, we've been using it so that clients can manage all their sites from one Dashboard.
Logically, our clients want the Hebrew website to have a Hebrew Dashboard. However, out of the box, WordPress Multisite defaults... View Post
We had a client come to us and ask how to re-enable comments on older posts. I started searching around and found 2 ways of allowing comments on many posts at once.1. Use the built-in WordPress Bulk Edit feature.
This feature was introduced back in version 2.7 but only now did I fall in... View Post