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Bookmarks tagged with “wordpress”

  1. Local by Flywheel | Local WordPress development made simple

    Seems like a nice way to do this, but I’ll forget what it’s called within a day, so.

  2. A WordPress & Git workflow – Marc Jenkins

    Seems to make sense, and WP Migrate DB Pro is the bee’s knees.

  3. niallkennedy/Movable-Type-WordPress-export

    This worked really well. And a bit of tweaking meant it also worked for importing into custom WordPress Post types and Taxonomies too.

  4. flurinduerst/WPDistillery: WordPress Setup runner for Scotch Box

    Handy - create a Vagrant virtual machine with WordPress installed and configured. An oddly opinionated default config, but easily tweaked.

  5. AMBER

    WordPress plugin and Drupal module for saving copies of pages that your site links to, in case they disappear. (via @mathowie)

  6. Roots | Modern WordPress Development

    “Sage is a WordPress starter theme based on HTML5 Boilerplate, gulp, Bower, and Bootstrap” and “Bedrock is a modern WordPress stack that gets you started with the best development tools, practices, and project structure.” Sounds good.

  7. Twelve-Factor WordPress App | Roots

    How to develop on and deploy WordPress in a sensible way (eg, no more FTP). Handy, on the day I started a new WordPress site at work. (via Tom Taylor)

  8. WordPress › Toolbox « Free WordPress Themes

    “A semantic, HTML5, canvas for CSS artists and an ultra-minimal set of super-clean templates for your own WordPress theme development.”

  9. WordPress › Boilerplate « Free WordPress Themes

    “A merger … of the HTML5 Boilerplate and the Starkers theme.” Handy for starting theme development with. I imagine.

  10. qTranslate | www.qianqin.de

    Translation plugin for WordPress (maybe simpler than WPML?).

  11. MCEngine – The micro-comment engine | andydickinson.net

    Another WordPress plugin for adding ability to comment on paragraphs (or just add “Winer Links” linkable paragraphs). Ah, it’s a newer, better version of feedbackBP. Sounds very good, can’t see any example though.

  12. WordPress › Feedback by Paragraph (feedbackBP) « WordPress Plugins

    “This plugin allows users to leave comments at paragraph level as well as post level.” One of a few things that do this. Last updated in 2009… Update: Oh, replaced by MCEngine now.

  13. Edit Flow

    This WordPress plugin looks like the bee’s knees. Calendar, editorial comments, custom statuses, editorial metadata. And the site looks like it’s been made by competent, caring people.

  14. BuddyPress.org

    This looks nice, and seems popular, although I wonder if it’s overkill. Promising. Need to actually try these things.

  15. Simple:Press

    Another WordPress forum plugin. I dream of seeing one of these that looks simple and beautiful.

  16. WordPress › Mingle Forum « WordPress Plugins

    WordPress forum plugin that claims to be simple and good. Still looks like an old fashioned phpBB style forum though. (If you have a recommendation for a good WP forum plugin, do let me know!)

  17. Themify : Awesome WordPress Themes

    More affordable, OK, off-the-shelf templates, for future reference.

  18. WordPress | ThemeForest

    Also, because I’ll probably forget the name. Oodles and oodles of WordPress themes for not much money. A big variety but no good way to narrow them down (and I’m not sure what tools would help).

  19. StudioPress Themes

    Some solid-looking WordPress themes, for future reference. But I’m glazing over looking through so many themes with a certain kind of middle-of-the-roadness to them.

  20. New Yorker | PressJunkie

    I’m not saying it’s great design, but I like that as an example of a very different front page for a WordPress site.

  21. The Best WordPress Membership Plugin | WinkPress ;)

    A summary of several subscription / membership plugins for WordPress, from 2011, with lots of recent comments.

  22. wp-Member.com – WordPress Membership Plugin with Paypal, Google Checkout and Authorize.net

    Another subscription plugin. (Have you used something like this? I’d love recommendations or warnings.)

  23. The ultimate WordPress membership site plugin - ever feature you need and easy to use

    Plugin that allows users to have pay-for subscriptions and access to subscriber-only content.

  24. WordPress Hosting and Managed WordPress Hosting from WP Engine

    Looks good, with some nice features. But not cheap compared to more generic hosting options. (via Brett Terpstra)

  25. Types Plugin - Create Custom Post Types and Manage Custom Fields

    From the people behind WPML (so it works well with that) this plugin does both custom post types and fields. Some slightly rough edges (it’s new), and no relationship field, but otherwise good. (And no need to use the accompanying pay-for Views plugin.)

  26. WordPress › Custom Post Type UI « WordPress Plugins

    There are loads of Custom Post Type plugins (or you can do it in manually in code) and this seemed like one of the better ones.

  27. WordPress › Advanced Custom Fields « WordPress Plugins

    From the myriad of WP custom fields plugins this seemed like about the best. Nice UIs and a very handy ‘relationship’ field. Unfortunately it didn’t quite work well with WPML.

  28. WPML - The WordPress Multilingual Plugin

    Comprehensive plugin for translating and managing a multilingual site built on WordPress. Multi-language Posts, Pages, Custom Post Types, Themes, etc. Inevitably a bit complicated and slightly kludgy, but seems to work well.

  29. A Better Related Posts Plugin – Nicolas Kuttler

    I haven’t fully tested this with lots of real content yet but an initial view suggests this is nicely tweakable, and easy to use. And works with Custom Post Types. And (so far, I think) WPML.

  30. Wordpress posts order - Post Types Order | Nsp Code

    Very simple way to re-order posts. Handles Custom Post Types. $25 Advanced version is nicer, and is compatible with WPML.

  31. TimThumb - Image Resizer for WordPress

    Dynamic generation of differently-sized images for WordPress using GD.

  32. WordPress › CMS Tree Page View « WordPress Plugins

    Looks like it might be a good way to organise pages in WordPress. Lets you reorder Custom Post Types (but not standard Posts), and works with WPML.

  33. Infovore/goodcastle - GitHub

    “A script for deploying Wordpress sites.” Sounds useful. I’ve never been sure how to deploy bloggy/CMS stuff other than terrible FTPing etc.

  34. How To Run A News Site And Newspaper Using WordPress And Google Docs - 10,000 Words

    Describing how the ‘Bangor Daily News’ (Maine, USA) uses Google Docs and WordPress to publish its website and then send the text to InDesign for laying out the print paper. Includes a list of WP plugins used. (via @benhammersley)

  35. How did WordPress win?

    Byrne Reese, ex of Six Apart, on why WP has won out over Movable Type. A shame, but then I always start new blog projects in WP these days. (via Waxy)

  36. Digress.it

    A WordPress plugin (and more) that adds the ability to comment on paragraphs of a text (like CommentPress I guess?). The UI feels a little clunky.

  37. The arrow of WordPress time « Jon Udell

    On trying to do something a little Pepys’ Diary-esque using a standard WordPress.com site.

  38. VaultPress

    Handy cloud-based backup for WordPress sites. Although I’d still want to keep your my own backup. I still don’t trust the cloud. (via Daring Fireball)

  39. Express & Star

    “Britain’s biggest selling evening newspaper”, their website now powered by WordPress.

  40. Commentpress

    “An open source theme and plugin for the WordPress blogging engine that allows readers to comment paragraph by paragraph in the margins of a text.”

  41. Modern Clix

    Another clean and nicely-done WordPress theme.

  42. Thematic, A WordPress Theme Framework

    Looks very interesting as a basis from which to build. (via Haddock)

  43. An elegant, flexible WordPress theme · Tarski

    Not bad, not sure about the serif subheads myself, but a good base. (via Haddock)

  44. Tutorial for Flash MP3 Player

    Nice, simple embedded MP3 player.

  45. The Unstandard Demo

    Another nice WordPress theme. Uses images for the front page.

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