This tutorial walks you through creating tables using WordPress by hand, and then offers some plugin recommendations that will make the job much less time-consuming.
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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Shameless kiss-up: I love Genesis Office Hours. I think it’s one of the best WordPress podcasts out there, not least because it deals with the Genesis framework, which I also love. What Is Genesis Office Hours? Genesis Office Hours is a podcast hosted by Carrie Dils, a designer and developer using the Genesis framework. Along […]
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, […]
Google announced on its Webmaster Central Blog that as of Monday, its U.S. search results would begin indicating whether or not a site is supported on your device. Technologies like Flash aren’t supported on Android 4.1 or higher, as well as iOS, and since smartphone usage is increasing, this is becoming a problem for users. […]
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 […]
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