I’m trying something new – a plugin called WP to Twitter, which automatically tweets my posts, so I don’t have to add them manually. Automation, baby! On a side-note, the plugin author is an accessibility nerd, just like me.
I’m working on a site for a customer, which is also hosted at 1&1 (the same company I use for my own hosting). I ran into an issue earlier in the week where I was getting an HTTP 500 (Internal Server Error) every time I would run a certain long-running script, and couldn’t figure out […]
After switching my family website (http://www.kelseyandkevin.com) to a WordPress site, I decided that I wanted to make this site a WordPress site also. The release of WordPress 3 got me motivated to make the change. Converting the site to WordPress will allow me to keep a blog here, and allow me to manage my pages […]
The architecture of the K&K site is pretty simple – WordPress 3 as a CMS for blogging, page administration, and theme presentation, and Gallery 3 for photos and (soon) video. At the moment, I’m just loading Gallery 3 with a custom theme in an iframe on a photos page. I experimented with direct integration with […]