Tag Archives: Plugins
By Brandon | Published: November 18, 2009
It has been said that the majority of readers don’t comment on blog posts because they don’t feel like they have anything specific to add to a conversation. This plugin allows you to prompt your readers to comment by asking them to answer a question specific to that post. A simple box with text that [...]
By Jeff | Published: August 29, 2009
Here's another easy tip to help speed up the load time of your WordPress website. Deactivate any unused plugins. Simple, right? This may seem like a "no duh!" tip for WordPress users, but we can all be guilty of missing the obvious and/or being lazy. If you are diligent about keeping your plugins tidy, good for you. If not, read on.
By Brandon | Published: June 11, 2009
At our recent trip to WordCamp San Francisco, we talked with lots of vendors, potential partners and Matt Mullenweg himself. One of the interesting vendors we talked with was MySpace. It turns out that they’ve got new WordPress plugin and (like all other social networks) an API for connecting their platform with other platforms. We [...]
By Brandon | Published: February 22, 2009
We have noticed that a lot of people don’t take the time to set up a favicon for their WordPress sites. There are tools out on the internet that allow you to create your own favicon, from an image that you have, but once you get it, you have to go hack the code in [...]
By Brandon | Published: November 25, 2008
It’s now official. Our “Lite” version of the SpamShiv plugin is now hosted by the WordPress plugin directory. If you’re coming here to find out more about the plugin, take a minute to sign up for our mailing list. In exchange for your trust in us, we’ll give you your very own copy of our [...]
By Brandon | Published: October 25, 2008
As promised, version 1.0 of our SpamShiv plugin is ready for release today. The plugin processes the entire output of your WordPress page, not just posts. This is beneficial if you want to use a template that puts your email in the footer or if you use a custom template for a contact us page. [...]
By Brandon | Published: October 23, 2008
We’re developing a plugin that incorporates ideas from our Spam awareness site, SpamShiv. It will have several options for protecting mailto links in your WordPress site. It is currently scheduled for it’s debut release this coming Monday. Stay Tuned!