A few weeks ago I wrote about how you can put together a great readme.txt for the WordPress plugin directory. In addition to using a WordPress readme as a tool to help out your users, you can use it to promote your commercial products and services. While commercial theme developers are already promoted on WordPress.org, this promotion isn’t extended to commercial plugin developers. (more…)
If you’re a plugin developer and you just love to write code, then writing a readme.txt file for a plugin in WordPress’ repository might be your idea of hell. When you’ve written all of that lovely code, why must you spend time writing about how to use it? (more…)
This lightweight frontend posting plugin allows you to accept guest posts/articles without giving your members access to the sensitive WordPress admin area. The posts that don’t meet the submission guidelines of your website are not accepted and an error is shown to the frontend user. (more…)
Save different states of your sketch files (the visibility of layers and layergroups) and switch between those saved states when you demo it in a meeting or something. Another use case would be comparing two approaches, jump back and forth quickly to see which one works for the eyes. (more…)
Transform your 2D designs into glossy 3D mockups in seconds using Photoshop.