Just as the web is constantly evolving, so are WordPress and WordPress plugins. This post is about a case where we’ve decided we need to evolve from a plugin we’ve been using for years to a different one. The basic WordPress install doesn’t set the “meta data” that is used to give clues to the […]
One of my favorite designers gave me a challenge today: replace the standard WordPress “Submit” button on comment pages with an image.
WordPress loves memory! Lack of sufficient available memory can lead to slow response and poor website performance. In the worst case can cause operations to fail. So how much memory is enough and how do you increase it?