Category Archives: Development

Does It Seem Like Your WordPress Isn’t Updating Enough?


A while back now I had started to notice that a couple of the WordPress blogs I provide support services for somehow never needed updates.  At first I thought “hey, that’s great; the owners are actively participating”, but then it dawned on me that like the update notifications I wasn’t getting notifications from Wordfence that these installations were being logged into by other admins, so I started to investigate.  Sure enough, when I started comparing versions, a number of the plugins were off. Continue reading

Consistent Dynamic Layout Across Multiple Tables

Not-So-Smart Dummies

It had been a while since I’d done much with tables.  Back in the day, that was how things got done; developers lived, breathed, ate and dreamed of tables.  …but it was never the correct approach.  A new project came along where I needed to display multiple dynamic-width tables with linked layouts, i.e. the columns in table A are always the same width as the ones in table B. Continue reading