Tag Archives: Mark Jaquith
In this episode: We’re joined by Mark Jaquith, WordPress Ninja at b5media and core developer. We discuss the release of WordPress 2.6.5, which fixes for a very obscure security bug and three more bugs. We warn of a bogus WordPress … Continue reading
I’d intended to release this episode during the week of March 30th, days after it was recorded live at WordCamp Dallas, but problems with the recorded audio prevented doing so. The audio you’ll hear was actually ripped from the video … Continue reading
Jonathan and I were fortunate to be joined by Matt Mullenweg, Mark Jaquith and Mark Ghosh for this live recording of The WordPress Podcast during the 2nd day of WordCamp Dallas. Since WordPress 2.5 had been released only 24 hours … Continue reading
Episode 2 of The WordPress Podcast covers WordCamp 2006, a preview of the features in WordPress version 2.1, a new book “WordPress 2: Visual Quickstart Guide” by Maria Langer and Miraz Jordan, the WP-Andreas01 theme, a discussion of the Shuttle project and a discussion of pingbacks, trackbacks and the differences between the two.
Lorna Li is the Marketing Manager of Salesforce.com, the leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool. Discussed on the show were several topics helpful for small businesses (SMB) getting started with a web site, including: selecting a domain name, keyword research … Continue reading
Wordpress Lead Developer Mark Jaquith discusses some of the plans for future development in WordPress including the 2.9 and version 3, plus listener questions on CMS integration, total cache and other plugins.
Carl Hancock answers questions on Gravity Forms, a new Premium WordPress plugin to easily create complex forms in your WordPress install.
Listener questions include its compatibility with WordPress MU, licensing,development and more. Carl also offers a special deal for Press This listeners interested in Gravity Forms.
01:55 Opinion: WordCamp San Francisco 2007 In this long-overdue (not to mention overly long) episode, Aaron and Charles share their thoughts on attending WordCamp in San Francisco including: Matt Cutts‘ white hat SEO tips Matt Mullenweg‘s keynote High-Performance WordPress Dave … Continue reading