T&S SAID WHAT?!
Everything we claim we wrote about "wordpress"
For years now, we’ve been providing hosting services. However, it was limited only to clients who we actually designed a website for. Starting this month, November 2012, we’re now providing hosting services to anyone who wants it. You can check out our new T&S Web Hosting website. In the meantime, let’s look at five reasons [...]
February 3, 2012 by Tim Priebe
Just a quick WordPress tip this time for theme developers, or people who just want to customize a WordPress theme they’ve purchased. Sometimes there are reasons to make a menu item slightly different from the title of the actual page. Perhaps your menu space is limited, but you have plenty of room in the content [...]
Okay, okay, it’s not technically our content management system, per se. But WordPress, the software that we install on 90% (or more) of our websites so clients can manage their own sites and blog if they so desire, recently won the 2009 Open Source CMS Award. WordPress started out as a blogging platform, and we [...]
The is just a quick WordPress code snippet for those WordPress programmers or code dabblers out there. Recently we needed a page in WordPress to display the top parent page title rather than the current page’s title as the heading on the page. Here’s the code we used to accomplish that: <? $currPost = $post; [...]
July 13, 2009 by Tim Priebe
Disclosure: This post is for tech-inclined WordPress users, who like to code, or even do it out of necessity. If that doesn’t interest you at all, or you have no idea what I’m talking about, feel free to ignore this post. We’re big fans of WordPress around here. Unfortunately, many of WordPress’s functions directly print [...]
April 13, 2009 by Tim Priebe