Archive for March, 2011

WordPress Skills in Demand

WordPress Skills in Demand

. March 2, 2011 . 0 Comments

Writing on the WordPress Publisher Blog, SARA ROSSO said, “Elance’s 2010 Q4 Online Employment Report catapults WordPress into the #2 spot for Top Overall Skills in Demand. WordPress has made a steady climb in the Skills in Demand ranking, listed as #13 in May 2009 and #6 in September 2010.” More at: http://publisherblog.automattic.com/2011/03/01/elance-wordpress-top-cms-choice/

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Hide Admin Bar Search in WordPress 3.1

Hide Admin Bar Search in WordPress 3.1

. March 2, 2011 . 0 Comments

Hide Admin Bar Search is a WordPress plugin by helenyhou that hides the search box in the 3.1 admin bar in both the dashboard and front-end site views. Useful for those who are not using the built-in WordPress search in the usual way or anybody who wants a more minimal admin bar. Download: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/hide-admin-bar-search/

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WordPress HelpCenter Reopening

WordPress HelpCenter Reopening

. March 2, 2011 . 0 Comments

Alex King announced that the WordPress HelpCenter is set to reopen on March 14th under new management. “Nathan Garza, who has been with me at both Crowd Favorite and WordPress HelpCenter is acquiring the business. He is someone I trust, has experience running a business, is intimately familiar with the HelpCenter and is an experienced […]

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BP Edit User Profiles for BuddyPress

BP Edit User Profiles for BuddyPress

. March 1, 2011 . 0 Comments

BP Edit User Profiles is a plugin by seannewby designed to add a link to users.php to allow admins to edit user’s BuddyPress Profiles. After activation, when you hover over a user’s name on the users page you will see a “Edit BuddyPress Profile” link. Requires WordPress Version: 3.0 or higher Compatible up to: 3.1 […]

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MapQuest Map Builder for WordPress

MapQuest Map Builder for WordPress

. March 1, 2011 . 0 Comments

MapQuest Map Builder BETA is a plugin tool for adding maps to your WordPress posts or pages. With version 1.0.1 you can easily add locations to the map via search, enter lat/long coordinates, or drop points directly on the map. For each point added to the map, you can customize the map pointer icon, title […]

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