Key Resources for Developing with WordPress

by Simon on January 30, 2013

Data Validate and Sanitisation This is super important for security and making sure we are not opening up sites to hacking – WordPress hooks, filters and actions enable you to change how WordPress behaves without editing any core files. Because you leave the WordPress files untouched, you can painlessly upgrade your blog with each […]


Our Favourite Plugins

by Simon on January 6, 2012

Image Gallery NextGen – Extend the allows you to create multiple slideshows on your site. Photo Space – adds any image attached to a post or a page to the gallery. AnythingSlider – combines features found in several jQuery sliders into a single package. NivoSlider Video Playlist and Image Gallery – Post video players, slideshow […]


Best WordPress Permalink Structure

June 16, 2010

What is a WordPress Permalink Structure? It is the structure you decide on for the URL’s of your individual blog posts. WordPress’s default structure includes a question mark and the Post ID, which would look like this: By customizing your permalinks, you can make the URL or link to the same blog post look […]

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WordPress & Thesis B2B Websites

January 14, 2010

I’ve decided to create a post on sites that use WordPress and Thesis that are in the business-to-business space.  We are great fans of WordPress and use it for our own business site.  Here are some great examples of sites that we have come across where the blogging features of WordPress are very much in […]

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Google insider shares WordPress SEO secrets

August 22, 2009

On May 30 2009 the head of the Google anti Spam squad Matt Cutts gave a valuable and definitive presentation on the right ways to use WordPress. You might want to take notes. Trust me it will be worth you time. You can browse the slides at You can also download the talk in PowerPoint […]

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