Here’s a simple Excel spreadsheet of US States and their abbreviations. I don’t know how many times I’ve recreated this blooming thing. But no more. See full post for download.
I am pleased to announce the release of Supple Forms, a CMS plugin for WordPress. If you’ve been looking for content management on WordPress, Supple Forms may be part of your solution. It is easy, flexible, powerful, and lightweight. Supple Forms offers two significant functions for your blog: 1) building custom write panels for the […]
This is the 2nd part of this 3 part video series on hosting a plugin on WordPress.org. There are 3 easy steps to accomplish this, but you need to do them all and you have to do them in order. So if you haven’t already gotten your WordPress Subversion repository in an email, take a […]
The first time I wrote a WordPress plugin, I thought, “Cool, I’m going to host this puppy on the WordPress website and I’ll get tons of traffic.” Then I got to the front door and they started talking about SVN. Then I took a look at what SVN (aka Subversion) was all about, and that […]
UPDATE: 7/12/2009 -PhotoSmash 0.3 has been released. Its new homepage is just getting started, so you might need to browse below if you don’t find what you looking for over at Smashly.net. Thanks for your patience! Release Candidate 2 version 0.2.996 (RC3 for 0.3.00) now available at WordPress. Final Release Candidate before going public with […]
Wow! Today was my biggest day ever for WhyPad as far as traffic goes. And I’ve gotta tell ya, that’s just fun! 800+ page views, and there are still a couple of hours left to go. Compared to 200-300 on average, excluding weekends when that gets divided in half. Half the fun was having the […]
A brief note to any of you WordPress bloggers out there who have not upgraded to 2.3 (read about the goodies and get download link here). You should run, not walk, to the nearest download center and upgrade your blogs. I haven’t spent a lot of time kicking the tires on all of the features, […]
I have searched the net for a WordPress plug-in that would allow me to add a todo list to a WordPress blog, but to no avail. My options were to write my own or keep searching. What I really wanted was a to-do list like the available for Google personalized homepages. This ultimately led me […]