Update: We found that “WP Mail From II” works later in the day after we wrote this blog post. The 4th plugin is the charm in this case. We just added the links to the non-working plugins below.
On the customer service front, Drew from WP Engine called us over the weekend and […]
One of the first pieces of advice we give clients are to host their sites on WP Engine if they want to have nearly zero down time.
But if you don’t have the budget to be on WP Engine, you’ll need to make sure you’re running an external site monitor to keep checking your site […]
We’ve remixed the original plugin that was in the WP repository here with bug fixes including better support for custom post types. Bug fix includes hiding the navigation that may have appeared in certain custom fields. We also added tag clouds that allow you to quickly find similar posts with the same category. And yes, […]Continue Reading →
Have you ever accidentally created a post when you intended to create a page? Sure you could cut and paste the content again. No big deal right?
There’s a more serious issue once you try to delete the post and you’re using a base category plugin. After you create a new page, you may have noticed […]Continue Reading →
If you’re using the standard WordPress widget to show pages or posts on a sidebar widget area, you’ll notice there isn’t any flexibility built into it. By default, there is no way to manually sort the order of the pages or posts or mix them up using the built in Widget.
This is where Advanced […]Continue Reading →
In the past I’ve written about WPCDN.com and how WPVerse uses their service. I recently needed to make some changes to my account and since I was never aware of a self service control panel, I wrote to WPCDN but didn’t hear back from them so I decided it was expand my horizons. I met […]Continue Reading →
As mentioned a few days ago, we’re in the middle of converting 100s of PDF into HTML format using posts for our client’s new WordPress site. We’ve learned some great tools to create batch categories and posts but nothing’s perfectly smoothly.
We’re using the Bulk Post creator mentioned a few days ago but one downside […]Continue Reading →
If you’re building a WordPress site with over 20 pages, in addition to the “bulk post creator” plugin we mentioned a few days ago, you might want to try out the Slick Mapper WordPress theme by Luke McDonald. This will allow you to get the landscape overview of how pages fit within […]Continue Reading →
I recently wanted to show my visitors how many posts I’ve written about WordPress on the WPVerse sidebar automatically so I wouldn’t have to manually keep updating it.
So I dug around and found WP-Statistics to give it a whirl. It has a ton of features just beyond showing number of total posts, you can […]Continue Reading →
Update: We just started a new project where we need to copy/paste over 100 articles from PDFs so this is where a plugin like this shines. This plugin will let you bulk create posts or pages by simply typing or pasting each new line as a page.
We noticed this plugin disappeared from the WordPress repository […]Continue Reading →