My name is Amanda, and I'm a freelance web developer based in Augusta, Georgia. I've been making websites since 1999, using a variety of web technologies over the years. For the last nine years, my passion has been WordPress, and for the last three years, I've combined that with a passion for the Genesis Framework. Click here for the full scoop.

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Git: It’s Not Just For Developers

Version control: It’s one of those handy tools developers use to keep track of changes to a project. It also makes it easier to “code in the kitchen”, as it were, by allowing for small changes we may have come up with while, say cooking dinner or cleaning the house to be made and noted, […]

If You’re Using WPTouch, Update Immediately!

WPTouch is a plugin for WordPress that automatically enables a mobile theme for those who may be visiting your site on a smartphone or tablet. With five million downloads to date, it’s one of the most popular plugins in the WordPress plugin directory. Earlier today, Sucuri reported that WPTouch has a dangerous security vulnerability, and […]

PhpStorm IDE gets official WordPress support in version 8

Via PostStatus: PhpStorm is a full-featured IDE that has somewhat of a cult following among WordPress developers. Made by JetBrains, it’s notable for being more light-weight than most IDEs, web development specific (though not just PHP as the name implies), and very customizable. Today, they’ve announced that PhpStorm will begin officially supporting WordPress project management. […]

Beware Of Fake WordPress Plugins!

From the Sucuri blog: In most cases when dealing with infected websites, we know where to look and what to remove, generally with a quick look we can determine what’s going on. Despite our experience and passion for cleaning up a hacked website, there are always surprises lurking and waiting for us, almost every day. […]

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