Posted on December 7th, 2013
With <1% usage worldwide, MCGWD will officially no longer support Internet Explorer 7. Sites will still render with IE7, but they may not display properly (look pretty) or function exactly like modern browsers do. Note, if your project does require IE7 support for some reason, please let me know up-front. I can still add support for older browsers into new projects, but you will incur extra expenses to do so.
Posted on October 11th, 2013
I had a very hard time finding any information on removing the meta boxes found when adding and/or editing products using the WP e-Commerce plugin. To keep the WordPress admin panel as simple as possible for my clients, I try to remove all unnecessary and unused options. This reduces their learning curve as-well-as the number of questions that would need to be asked/answered.
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Posted on December 4th, 2010
Last month I entered the Village of Alanson website into a contest — for sites designed with WordPress. Well I’m pleased to say it was chosen as one of the five “coolest WordPress-powered site” entered into the contest held over at
For those who have yet to hear about WPShirts, their purpose is to “promote and spread the use of WordPress as the premiere online software tool for blogs and websites it is… by giving away free WP shirts that get people asking and talking about all things WP.”
Thanks for the tee WPShirts, and thanks for helping make the WordPress community what it is… simply great!