Recently, Pixelita Designs undertook to investigate several popular membership plugins for WordPress. Most of them tend to be geared toward selling “subscriptions” to protected content or digital media downloads (ebooks, etc.). Only two, CSS Jockey Front-End Membership and Member Mouse, seemed more “member-centric” and focused more on the member, with custom member profile pages and… Read More»
Seems to me most DMCA takedown notices are acted upon pretty swiftly and in favor of the one asserting the copyright infringement. This one went the other way, and the first of its kind to do so. Automattic, Inc., owner of WordPress.com, turned the tables and sued the author of the take-down notice and won… Read More»
Please, please, for the love of god and the mother of dragons, stop putting a home.php page in your theme if you do not understand what it does and what it’s for. Further, just because you can do something doesn’t always mean you should. I am sick of seeing premium themes with a million, billion,… Read More»
I am doing some much-needed housecleaning on this poor, neglected web site today. Major overhaul of taxonomies, getting rid of tried and not used plugins and all the pages, tags and categories they’ve generated. It’s a mess and it needs to be cleaned up! Stay tuned!
… to our wonderful clients (they know who they are), our colleagues and friends, here’s wishing for the best Thanksgiving holiday ever, filled with happiness and prosperity.
CMS Made Simple is the CMS I seem to have a love-hate relationship with. I first started dabbling in it around mid-2007. I was immediately taken with the fact that it’s so easy to create your design and plop it into the CMS. There’s even a famous video illustrating just how to do it. Your… Read More»