This plugin adds cached, server-side Pygments syntax highlighting to your blog.
Assign special roles to users when they sign up with a valid registration code.
Use the daily food diary to keep track of what you eat, the calories you’ve consumed, and your thoughts about the day’s intake.
The Creative Commons Browser lets you find CC and public domain images (that may be) suitable for use in commercial projects.
Use simple, declarative YAML to extensively modify the WordPress backend.
Provides a flexible yet clear structure for complex WordPress themes that need to handle many different layouts and post types.
Using argument dictionaries in Twig macros.
A quick shell script to find when a subdirectory’s contents were last touched.
How to avoid varnish memory spikes when serving very large files.
An interesting glimps at the intersection of journalism and promotion.
A brief description of subscription functionality, recently added to a non-profit’s website.
Use a single script to embed an arbitrary number of Google maps into any page.
A quick introduction to customizing the ribbon in MS Word.
Most popular themes for WordPress come equipped with hooks that allow you to insert code in certain places. But what do you do if you want to modify something that doesn’t have a hook in just the right place?
The site’s appearance and its structure have been overhauled. It’s been a long time overdue.