What’s New in WordPress 3.6

The latest WordPress update to version 3.6, named “Oscar” for Oscar Peterson was released to the public on August 1, 2013, and comes with some new features including the new default theme Twenty Thirteen, an automatic and refined revision tracking with an improved auto-save, better support for embedded media, a HTML5 new audio/video API, semantic markup with […]

What’s New in WordPress 3.5

See what’s new in WordPress 3.5! Imaginate Studio primarily builds website built on the WordPress framework as it makes it a great platform to develop on, and it’s incredible ease of use for clients to be able to manage the content of the site after it’s been built. So if your current site is built […]

WordCamp SLC 2012

I live in the Salt Lake City area and once again it is time for WordCamp SLC. WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. So […]

What’s New in WordPress 3.4

WordPress 3.4 was released the other day. Here we’ll highlight what’s new in terms of features for users and developers. Live Preview and Theme Customizer The theme customizer is one of the most outstanding features in WordPress 3.4. Handy for both users and developers alike, the theme customizer will start a new era of WordPress […]

IE6 Wordpress Plugin Upgrade Screen

Inform users of IE6 to Upgrade Their Browsers

Yes sadly there are many users that are still using Internet Explorer 6.  Even after Microsoft has dropped support for it entirely and urges users to upgrade.  The problem we face is that our websites will look great in every browser except Internet Explorer 6 because of it’s lack of support for many features such […]

What’s New in WordPress 3.3?

Today WordPress version 3.3 was released which means new features, goodies, enhancements, and fixes. This version of WordPress is named “Sonny”, which is named after the famous jazz saxophonist Sonny Stitt. You can update your WordPress website by logging in and clicking the “Please Update Now” button. So what’s new in WordPress 3.3? For Users Experienced […]

MAMP Wordpress

Install WordPress Locally with MAMP

There are times when you want to build a wordpress site, but you don’t want it on your server quite yet and you want to build it locally on your machine.  That’s where the free application MAMP comes in. The abbreviation “MAMP” stands for: Macintosh, Apache, Mysql, and PHP. With just a few mouse-clicks, you can […]

WordCamp SLC 2011

So today I’m attending WordCamp in Salt Lake City Utah.  The first thing to ask is what is WordCamp?  WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to […]

iWeb to WordPress Exporter

If you currently have your website/blog in Apple’s iWeb, you best be making plans to move it to a new web platform.  Of course this platform being WordPress.  This post is for users who have a website/blog that has been created in iWeb and are looking for a solution to move their site.  Many people […]

Choosing and Installing a WordPress Theme

Choosing a Theme So you’ve managed to install WordPress, congratulations! Now what? You ask. Well, now it’s time to build your site.  There are many different approaches you can use  to get your site to look just the way you’d like it.  You’ll see that wordpress comes with a default template or what we call […]