Virtually all WordPress plugins that collect payments, from e-commerce stores to fundraising, offer integration with a PayPal product.
Testing this integration prior to launch means setting up the PayPal Sandbox and this, like PayPal itself, can be a little confusing.
In this article, we’ll look at how to create a PayPal sandbox environment and where [...]Continue Reading →
The media system in WordPress has come a long way in the last few years. It’s seen many welcome improvements.
As usual, however, it could probably be a little better. And one obvious way would seem to be adding categories and/or tags to media.
This would allow for easier management and even a little creative [...]Continue Reading →
When it comes to embedding graphs and charts in your WordPress posts, there are quite a few options in the plugin repository.
But what if you want to go beyond pie-charts and bar-graphs? What if you want to add the kind of interactive, data-visualizations that will leave your visitors’ minds well and truly blown?
Then [...]Continue Reading →
At this time, BP 2.0 is in a string freeze – we won’t be changing any more text between now and the final release. [...]Continue Reading →
If your WordPress site uses static sidebars and widgets then you are missing out on a massive opportunity.
Would your Contact Us page be enhanced by having its own sidebar? Do you have a free download that you’d like to display in a widget for just a week? Would you like to show a special [...]Continue Reading →
We get a lot of comments on our blog from our awesome members, but it can be hard to keep track of comments.
It can be a pain to subscribe to comments (more pesky emails landing in my inbox!), though after a few hits of the refresh button, new and old comments blur into one [...]Continue Reading →
Let’s face it, the default WordPress login page is boring and bland.
Over the years the login page hasn’t changed much. Since the change to darker colours in WordPress 3.8, it’s surprising the it wasn’t similarly styled to match the new backend aesthetics.
Most theme designers don’t bother styling the login page because it’s not [...]Continue Reading →
Although it’s easy to make individual posts private or password protected in WordPress, what if you wanted your whole blog to be private?
We’re not talking about partially private here. We’re talking about a blog that’s completely off the grid except for those who have access.
We covered this topic a while ago, and at [...]Continue Reading →
The second (and hopefully final) beta for BuddyPress 2.0 is now available (zip). Since Beta 1, we’ve made a few dozen fixes and improvements. Notable changes from the first beta: