Doggo! one of our Finding Simple side projects has made it onto the WordPress showcase. Here’s why: Doggo demonstrates an alternative use of WordPress as a CMS using custom search functionality integrated with Google Maps to provide a unique and useful way to find somewhere to take your dog within Australia. A big thank you […]
We’ve been super busy over the last few months and haven’t had a chance to up-date the web sites in our portfolio – but are planning on getting to it soon. In the mean time here is a selection of some of the great new sites we’ve been helping out with: Daylight Design Omigoddess Viking […]
WordPress 2.9 has now been released with many great new features including a global undo/trash features, built-in image editor, batch plugin update and easier video embeds!
Every day thousands of new people are embracing WordPress to power not just their blogs but entire sites and communities without compromising on usability or scalability.
With the release of WordPress 2.8 and the new widgets api many plugins have needed to be updated to work with the new widget interface – unfortunately it’s just the way it is. Some plugin developers haven’t had the chance to catch up just yet – for example we have found that both the Ad-minister […]
WordPress 2.8 has now been released with over 180 improvements. Its faster, has a new widgets interface, you can browse the theme directory and then there is the CodePress editor.
My original plan was to do a quick blog post on the reasons why I no longer wish to support IE6…. lack of support for current web-standards, no PNG transparency support, a range of other bizarre problems and quirks that can make developers weep with frustration, and the fact that there are heaps of better […]
This week the blogosphere has been full of posts and comments about the changes to the whitehouse.gov website which went live immediately after Barack Obama’s inauguration on Tuesday. The new site features a blog, a number of RSS feeds, and YouTube video clips – which all reflect the new administration’s focus on communication, transparency and […]
Smart Company has reported today on a recent study by Coremetrics that found that Australian and New Zealand online consumers are sticking to local websites, clearly indicating that they are feeling the pinch of the exchange rate when considering buying online from overseas websites. While consumers may be purchasing less frequently than when the dollar […]