We’re proud to announce the V3.1 version of Search Replace DB. This release focuses on common issues some users have encountered with our tool. If you’ve had problems with V3.0.0 BETA and had to go back to V2.1.0, we definitely recommend trying this new version instead.
We’re proud to announce that TBI Vision, the industry magazine for the TV business has just relaunched using WordPress and interconnect/it’s section based enhancements. The design has a deceptively simple look and feel that, once you explore some more, reveals a great deal of custom functionality. As the client gets used to working with the platform and system we expect… continue reading ⇢
Now with new graphs and a big performance boost, Beta 3 has arrived. Notable changes for Beta 3 include: XML-RPC support for sending and receiving log events to remote locations New graphs Custom post type counts consolidated into a dedicated chart Failed/Successful logins and log outs are now shown for comparison Rewritten sortable event log tables Improved handling of large comparisons of data… continue reading ⇢
One thing that many non-clients fail to appreciate about our work here is that it’s not just about pretty front ends. We believe in streamlining your workflow so that when you need to keep your content up to date it’s as quick and easy as possible. We’re currently building a site for the Plaza Cinema in Crosby, Liverpool which makes… continue reading ⇢
Imagine that you’re building a theme, and in various places in that theme you have small elements that you’d just love to content manage. It could be items in a footer, in the header, or for use as widgets. Things like a copyright notice, a credit line, some free form spaces and so on. In the past, coding for this… continue reading ⇢
We recently developed a new site for the Foundation Trust Governor’s Association (or simply FTGA) which allowed for an easy self-hosted and self-managed yet sophisticated website. Social Structure The site uses bbPress and ties together a number of custom functions. We’ll be following up with a full write-up in due course for our Portfolio, but for now, why not take… continue reading ⇢
This is a slight departure from our usual posts as it’s not about WordPress. However, if you’re developing with WordPress on a Windows PC there’s a good chance you’re using XAMPP as your platform.