A collection of things I find interesting and I may also talk about WordPress on occasion.
On the 6th of March (I think) the lovely guys at WooThemes graced us with a lovely new version of their fantastic WooCommerce plugin. They changed a lot of things, most of which I have yet to absorb. A couple of notable things though caught my eye. You may or may not be aware that [...]
Viewport resizer is a browser-based tool to test any website’s responsiveness. Just save the bookmarklet, go to the page you want to test, click on your created bookmarklet and check all kinds of screen resolutions of the page.
In version 3.3 WordPress released a new feature called pointers. These are little pop-up notification boxes which you can use to point to new information on your WordPress admin area.
E-Commerce is massive, most of us use it and global e-commerce sales are set to top $1.25 trillion by 2013. Over the past few years it has become easier to start your own e-commerce store with products like ZenCart, Open Cart, OSCommerce and Magento. WordPress has a few options for e-commerce but none have stood [...]
Sublime Text 2 in it’s simplest form is a lightweight text editor. Everything about it was built for speed, which makes sublime one of the quickest and easiest text editors to use. Along with this speed sublime text 2 has 1000s of additional open source plugins, with a massive community of developers contributing to new [...]
Today we’re excited to add 7 more WooCommerce extensions to our arsenal. Including: 2 payment gateways, a couple of nifty marketing tools, Linnworks & Litmos integration and Shopdock – a plugin which ajaxifies your store catalog / cart.
Thanks to: http://www.rarst.net/
Here is a fantastic video of my WooThemes colleague Matty Cohen speaking about the evolution of WordPress core, themes and plugins and looking into his crystal ball with trying to forecast possibilities for the future. Great talk and congrats to Matty on his Debut speaking gig @ WCSA 2012. Mattys Blog: http://matty.co.za/ Matty on Twitter: [...]