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Around here we have a few simple beliefs. We believe in doing what's right by our customers. We believe in giving back to the community. We believe well crafted code is underrated. We believe the design you don't see is just as important as the design you do see. And we believe that simplicity trumps all.

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This Week In WordPress: Nov 24, 2014

Four-Year Old Comment Security Bug Affects 86% of WordPress Sites Gah, 86% of WordPress sites might be vulnerable? That sounds bad, but that’s because it’s a bug in WordPress 3 sites which many people are still running because of no automatic update to 4.0. The… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Nov 17, 2014

WP Slack Plugin Sends WordPress Triggers to Slack Slack has become increasingly popular and for pretty good reason. It connects to pretty much anything. The Slack plugin allows connectivity from your WordPress installation into your Slack feed, allowing you to send notices when a post… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Nov 10, 2014

The WhiP – WordPress Daily Newsletter While This Week In WordPress is only a weekly newsletter, WPMU Dev announced their daily newsletter The WhiP, this past week. If you’re looking for the latest WordPress news in an easily digestible format, subscribe to The WhiP today…. Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Nov 3, 2014

Dawn Patrol – WordPress In The World Noel Tock shared his new labor of love this past week and explained that he hopes Dawn Patrol to be a look through the lens of WordPress communities around the world. Using Vimeo and Amara (a translation service)… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Oct 27, 2014

WordCamp Shirts as Art This was pretty cool. Folks send in their WordCamp shirts and the shirt are stretched and placed on frame and hung up. Quite the collection of shirts from around the world! Introducing Reactor – Easily Create Apps From WordPress Everyone wants… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Oct 20, 2014

Maintainable WordPress Meta Boxes It’s been a while since we’ve featured a McFarlin files post, but Maintainable Meta Boxes is too good to not share. Here he gives a quick summary of the series he wrote on Tuts+. If you’re a plugin or theme developer… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Oct 13, 2014

A Look At WordPress Hosting WP Explorer takes a look at what goes into the hosting of a WordPress site from the basics of version of PHP and MySQL to different hosting plans. While they don’t go too in depth into the best hosting or… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Oct 6, 2014

Seven WordPress Plugins To Help Mobile Users Tuts+ brings to you a nice list of plugins to “Help You With Responsive & Adaptive Web Design” and get your sites mobile. I’ve mentioned Hammy and WPtouch before, but Responsible and Responsive Widgets were new to me…. Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Sep 29, 2014

Ultimate Guide to iPhone Resolutions A quick guide to help you understand the breakpoints that all iPhones have and what resolutions you will be dealing with when keeping your site responsive and retina-ready. Tablesaw – Good-looking Responsive Tables Responsive tables are tough. What’s the best… Read more »

This Week In WordPress: Sep 22, 2014

How To Get Paid For Plugins and Themes The internet is great, because you can create something small and it becomes this amazing tool that everyone uses. But how can you go from a small plugin or theme to a household WordPress name? Torque Mag… Read more »

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This Week In WordPress

This Week In WordPress: Nov 24, 2014

Four-Year Old Comment Security Bug Affects 86% of WordPress Sites Gah, 86% of WordPress sites might be vulnerable? That sounds bad, but that’s because it’s a bug in WordPress 3 sites which many people are still running because of no automatic update to 4.0. The… Read more »