We had an interesting one today. The LinkedIn WordPress application is a widget that allows you to have your latest WordPress posts on your site. The references within it all relate to WordPress.com – however, I knew it worked full well with self-hosted WordPress.org sites as well as I use the application. So I was a bit bemused when a… continue reading ⇢
Archive for March, 2011
The inaugural Liverpool WordPress Interest Group (affectionately known as SWIG) is holding it’s first meeting at the interconnect/it offices on the 30th of March 2011 at 6:30pm. This will be an initially casual meeting, with chatter about WordPress, nibbles and drinks, and a discussion to set out the future pattern of SWIG meetings. There may even be a small presentation… continue reading ⇢
Using WordPress in enterprises with old browsers installed can be problematic. Developers whinge about it (and should stop) and staff struggle with it. Well, there’s an answer to both that may surprise you.
Generally, Marketing are the people who understand what they need to sell to their clients. And Informa’s IBI division has a lot of product offerings which they need to market. Their marketing people needed something flexible yet structured which allowed for the creation of multiple sites without the expense of constant development. Consequently, they asked us, as one of their… continue reading ⇢