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Theme.fm Weekly Roundup

Theme.fm Weekly Roundup #1

We’re kicking off our Weekly Roundups. Every Friday we’ll (hopefully) cover some of the best things that happen to WordPress and the WordPress community during that week and throw in a couple of occasional opinions too. Permalink Permalink


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Interview: Otto (Samuel Wood) — WordPress Core Developer

Hey there, hope you’re enjoying our interviews from WordCamp San Francisco and today we’ve finished processing Samuel Wood, who’s better known as Otto in the WordPress community. Otto talks about himself, about development tools that he likes to use when working with WordPress. He also mentions beer, hmm, interesting! Permalink Permalink


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Interview: Alex Mills — WordPress VIP Services

We’ve got a couple of more interviews left from WordCamp San Francisco which we’re still processing and today we’ve got one with Alex Mills, better known as Viper007Bond. Alex talks about his past, present and future with WordPress and about his contributions to the WordPress community. Permalink Permalink


Deploying WordPress with Capistrano

Tutorial: Deploying WordPress with Capistrano

Capistrano is a command line utility for deploying web applications to one or more servers. It was primarily developed for Ruby on Rails applications, but applicable to all sorts of web applications these days, including of course WordPress. Honestly, I discovered Capistrano a couple of weeks ago during Mark Jaquith’s talk at WordCamp San Francisco … Permalink


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Interview: John Ford — VaultPress Safekeeper

We’ll continue this week with our series of interviews captured at WordCamp San Francisco 2011 and today we’ve got John Ford from the VaultPress team. Thanks again to Adria Richards for helping us out there! Oh and hope you didn’t miss our previous interview with Mark Jaquith. Permalink Permalink


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Interview: Mark Jaquith on WordPress

We did promise something cool this morning (or night in the US) via Twitter and here it is — a video interview with Mark Jaquith, WordPress Lead Developer. Taken last weekend at WordCamp San Francisco 2011. The interviewer is Adria Richards and if you listen carefully you’ll hear her in the back, sorry we didn’t … Permalink


Different Colors in Different Menu Items

WordPress Tricks: Different Colors in Different Menu Items

I came across this idea while working on one of our themes that had to have different body colors for different pages, like a red body on the home page, a yellow one on the contact page, a blue one on the archives page and so on. Of course this would be easy to achieve … Permalink


Foobar Notification Plugin

Foobar Notifications Bar Plugin + Competition

Notification bars are unobtrusive status bars, usually spanning over the whole width of the website, stuck to the top of the browser window, with (hopefully) a simple way to get rid of. They are quite useful when it comes to, as their name suggests, notifying the visitor of something or displaying some quick (and hopefully … Permalink


WordCamp San Francisco Day 3

WordCamp San Francisco 2011: Day 3

If you missed it, here are the overviews of day 1 and day 2, so today we’ll continue our coverage of the third and final day. Just a reminder that we’re not really on the spot, but watching the live video stream, although we do have many of our friends sending us pics and stuff … Permalink


WordCamp San Francisco Day 2

WordCamp San Francisco 2011: Day 2

We did an overview of day 1 yesterday here on Theme.fm and today we’ll continue our journey today. We’re watching the live stream (as it appears) and posting some of the most exciting moments, tweets, quotes and photos from the sessions. All to this post so we’ll update once in a while and announce our … Permalink


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