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
Our little baby is turning 7
– WordPress, my how you’ve grown! But the truth is, I remember when I first started using WordPress back in 2007, and it was pretty good then too. I think that shows how WordPress has strong foundations, even at the beginning.
When I first started ...
The Visual Editor in WordPress is great for clients. It lets them feel comfortable adding content with Word-like buttons that they are familiar with.
But, what happens when they want more font styles?
Although you can find plugins that add Quicktags to the HTML view Editor, such as Oren Yomtov's Post Editor Buttons Plugin,
We are constantly trying to find easier and better ways to create manageable blocks of content for clients.
Widgets are only helpful up to a certain point since there isn't a great plugin for a WYSIWYG visual editor that I'm aware of. The Rich Text Widget
and WYSIWYG Text Widget
are buggy and ...
In the previous post, we discussed how to hack the search function
in Wordpress to have an additional search form that would search subcategories. Now that you have 2 or more search forms on your site, you might need to customize the search results. Thanks to this solution
, I learned how to ...
Recently, we had a client who wanted a special recipe search. There were 2 ways to extend the search functionality - manually or dynamically.
1. Search One or More Categories Manually
If we want to search one category
, we could have used this solution
which lets you manually add category numbers to the search function:
Recently I posted about why I think WordPress is a CMS
. This led to a pretty interesting discussion in the comments
on the topic, ...
Larry Dignan over at ZDNet writes about the media's relationship with CMS systems
, particularly his own past experiences with custom-built CMS systems. He says that "when it comes to ease of use, a blog platform beats or [sic] average CMS hands down." So he ...