Rating: Genesis Theme Framework by Studiopress is actually one of the newer tools in my toolbox. All my new sites (such as this one) are being developed on it, and I am gradually transitioning all my existing sites to Genesis as well. How is a framework different from a theme, and why choose a framework,… [Continue]
I’m often asked which WordPress tools I use. My arsenal includes lots of premium plugins and services because developing and supporting good code is expensive. Here are some of the tools I use to build my sites.
Rating: When Gravity Forms was first recommended to me, I thought, I don’t need this; I know how to create a form in HTML! But I was so wrong. I did need Gravity Forms, and you probably do too. In basic terms, it is a form creation plugin. But its advanced features and add-ons make… [Continue]
Rating: Manage WP is a WordPress control panel for those who manage multiple sites either for clients or themselves. I’ve been using ManageWP for more than a year, and I could never go back to doing things the “old-fashioned way.” Best feature is the ability to update themes and plugins across multiple sites with a… [Continue]