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November 2014

Profisearchform 1.74 will come soon!

The next version of my plugin will be out soon. It will contain some bug fixes in the order-by-field but the most interesting changes will be for plugin developers, who want to extend the functionality of Profisearchform and deliver additional plugins: Server side As you already know, the plugin always delivers some filter hooks for […]

November 2014

WP 4.1: Towards improved Queries

Today, I had a look into the latest developments for the next WordPress version 4.1 and there are some heavy changes going on! Boone Georges works on the central classes WP_Meta_Query, WP_Tax_Query and WP_Date_Query. So basically the way, you list your posts in WordPress will be reshaped and you get more possibilities using these classes. […]

October 2014

WordPress beautiful: Get a Cleaner Plugin Installer

Some days ago I found in my Twitter timeline a small tweet by David Decker, promoting his latest plugin: the Cleaner Plugin Installer. The idea grew in my mind to write a review about this plugin, because I found this idea most exceptional. I don’t like the plugin page in WordPress very much, but I […]

October 2014

The Ultimative List of CSS Videos and Talks

CSS is the most powerful tool, when it comes to web design. And it has come a long way since it has been first released in 1996. Nowadays, with CSS3, you don’t work in a two-dimensional space anymore, but actually in a four-dimensional with z-axis and animations. Complex animations, which needed Javascript or Flash before, […]

October 2014

Thanks to the academy: My plugin got an award!

WP-Super plugins, a WordPress plugin review site, has just reviewed my Search Filter Plugin. For everyone, who doesn’t know this site: WP superplugins is dedicated to WordPress plugins. They review free and premium plugins. By now, I know a lot of plugin reviews and pages, which are doing reviews. Superplugins is quite outstanding, since they […]

October 2014

Why to escape get_permalink()?

Recently I started to create a new theme and found underscores (_S) to work with. Underscores is well-known to follow the WordPress coding standards and so I decided to use it in order to start my new theme. I stumbled over some piece of code, which was in my opinion a bit of awkward. I […]

September 2014

SSL Connection Reset By Peer in PayPal IPN

It looks like some time ago, Paypal made some changes to its Instant Payment Notification System (IPN). With IPN Paypal notifies shop systems about successful payments. In the documentation, you will find an example script, how this works. The only problem with this script is, it doesn’t work right now. You will find the reason […]

September 2014

Thematosoups Gumbo Theme

In the last weeks I talked a bit with the guys over at thematosoup. Thematosoup is a very fine WordPress company which is run by Slobodan and Dragan. Some of you might know their work from the fantastic author plugin, they have developed. So, we had a small talk about themes and cooperation and so […]

July 2014

WordPress 4.0 is coming

Its four years ago, WordPress 3.0 had been published. In around one month WordPress 4.0 will be released. Of course, everybody is awaiting quite a huge release, since it is a point-zero-release, but: #wp 4.0 to come: but it’s just another major #release for us, like 3.9 and 4.1 http://t.co/4WKZMkSJdH #wordpress — Websupporter (@websupporter) 1. […]

July 2014

Google wants Pagespeed, but is not using browser caching for its fonts?

Since quite a while I am wondering: why is #google always preaching #pagespeed and not using #Leverage browser #caching on their included files? #fontapi pic.twitter.com/wIeUCK1MxO — Websupporter (@websupporter) 24. Juli 2014 Since the first time I was using the Google Pagespeed tools to increase pagespeed, I didn’t get it. You do everything you can to […]