I’ve built a simple plugin that shows all the attached images when editing a post.
A WordPress theme should only contain that which relates to the look and feel of the site. Any core functionality belongs in a plugin.
Here’s two ways to customize the media uploader: adding a “Photo credit” section, and adding an “Include in Rotator” selection.
One of the most powerful features of WordPress is the WP Query. Here’s how to control it.
A question I hear all the time is “how do I build a child theme?” This is a tutorial that walks through my process, using an actual client site as an example.
I’m excited to release my first publicly sold theme, the Driskill. It is a responsive, mobile-friendly child theme of Genesis, and is available from the StudioPress marketplace.
When you upload an image, WordPress will automatically scale and crop it to many different sizes. If you’re not happy with the auto-crops, use this plugin to upload an alternative image.
Replace the manually managed Secondary Menu with one that automatically lists the current section’s subpages.
This plugin let’s you use my WordPress patch for displaying previous/next posts in the same taxonomy.