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Put Saturday May 31 & Sunday June 1 on your calendar. Asheville will finally be hosting it’s very own WordCamp.
WordCamp is a conference that focuses on everything WordPress. WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users, for WordPress users. read more
We just launched the brand new Ark Development website. For this project, we focused heavily on clean design, simple navigation and beautiful imagery to make visiting the site a pleasing experience.
The site was built from the ground up with Twitter Bootstrap 3 and the Roots WordPress framework. read more
Quick Tip: If your WordPress site is going to have a large number of custom fields for a single post/page or you anticipate having a huge navigation menu (100+ menu items), raise the PHP max_input_vars to 5000.
Advanced Custom Fields
For Advanced Custom Fields Post Category rule to work properly, you must first have posts assigned to categories.
The Back Story
I recently started utilizing Elliot Condon’s absolutely fabulous Advanced Custom Fields plugin for WordPress. WP by itself is already a fantastic CMS (yes it IS a CMS, haters) but this plugin really puts it over the top. read more
If you haven’t noticed, the latest release of my portfolio is driven entirely by WordPress. While WordPress is fantastic by itself, it took a few nice plugins to send it over the top.
I’ll get to these in a second but first a little background. read more