Last year I wrote about my recommended WordPress plugins for 2012. Well, we’re now 5 months into 2013 and I think its about time to look what I believe are the best WordPress plugins of 2013. These recommendations are plugins I would consider must-haves on your WordPress website, providing important functionality WordPress just doesn’t give […]Read more "WordPress Plugins for 2013"
After recently talking about using WordPress’ distraction free editor I got thinking about using Markdown to write posts in WordPress, and how it can speed-up and ease writing content. Markdown is a very popular text-to-html formatting syntax developed by John Gruber. It is a way for web writers to quickly write content in plain text, without […]Read more "Markdown in WordPress"
While writing your latest post or page it can easy to become distracted. Fortunately, WordPress gives us the distraction free editor. A way to write your posts and pages with absolutely no distractions to, as WordPress would put it, “just write”. Lapses in concentration to tinker with options, follow advice from your WordPress plugins, or simply deciding […]Read more "WordPress Distraction Free Editor Overview"
If your WordPress content regularly features code snippets, such as when writing web design tutorials, you could really benefit from using a code highlighting WordPress plugin or script. Code highlighting WordPress plugins and scripts bring your <code> blocks to life, adding many features such as line-numbering, syntax highlighting, and line highlighting. Line numbering and line […]Read more "Code Highlighting WordPress Plugins and Methods"
Since putting Proudly Powered online just yesterday, I have had to go through the usual steps of installing recommended WordPress plugins to enhance the website. As of course this is a WordPress powered website being built-in 2012, I thought I’d take this opportunity to create a quick run down of recommended WordPress plugins to be […]Read more "WordPress Plugins for 2012"