WordPress Themes and the GPL – again?

NOTE: I originally wrote the bulk of this post circa February 2008 (In fact, I had to go re-load a 2.1 version of WordPress to find it – how very LiveJournal the admin console was back then) ” The discussion then was whether premium themes exist within the...
WordPress is not YET an enterprise-level CMS

WordPress is not YET an enterprise-level CMS

The question whether “WordPress is a content management system?” has been answered affirmatively in my mind for quite some time. If you still have doubts, or want a recent sample of the chatter on the concept, check out Is WordPress a CMS or blogging...

Solving a custom field query quandry

How to filter for multiple custom field key / values As I mentioned at the end of my last post on the Power of Custom Fields, I recently started working on a prototype site that required rideshare board functionality. Storing the details lends itself well to custom...

The Power of Custom Fields

Custom Fields are the way of enabling authors to store meta-data against an individual post / page in WordPress. The Codex describes some basic uses for this meta data such as displaying your current mood, weather, or listening habits, etc. Compared to other parts of...