WordPress’ rich text editor (RTE) is good user interface. Good UI is easy to understand and explains itself. That does not mean that there aren’t some things you should be told about it.
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
I’m of the opinion that WordPress has entered a silver age recently and with that comes a vast multitude of fantastic plugins. I run a lot of WP installations and get to try out a lot of plugins. Here’s my first list of five great plugins for WordPress. Continue reading