WordPress Plugins A-Z with John Overall and Marcus Couch

WordPress Plugins A-Z #276 post creation times, Site Notificiations

It's Episode 276 and we've got plugins for keeping track of post creation times, Quizzes, Facebook Live Video, Site Notifications and a Reviews Plugin that will have you seeing stars in Google. It's all coming up on WordPress Plugins A-Z!.


WordPress Weekly with Jeff Chandler and Marcus Couch

WPWeekly #217 – The Tale of Jeff Matson

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Jeff Chandler and Marcus Couch are joined by Jeff Matson who writes and maintains documentation for Rocketgenius. Matson tells us how he became involved with WordPress and the community. We learn how he’s transitioned from working in an office everyday to an office being optional. Last but not least, we discuss how important mental health is and share tips to maintain a healthy balance.

WordPress is 12 Years Old!

WordPress Weekly #194 Matt Mullenweg Interview

On this birthday celebration episode of WordPress Weekly, Jeff Chandler and I are joined by Automattic CEO, Matt Mullenweg. We covered a lot of ground with Mullenweg discussing the following topics:

  • Update on O2 the successor to the P2 theme
  • Memorable moments of the last 12 years
  • Update on the WordPress history book
  • Status of WordCamp USA
  • The WooThemes/WooCommerce acquisition
  • Hype surrounding the WP REST API
  • The WordPress Mobile App

We talked about a number of other topics as well. We apologize for the audio glitches in this episode as Mullenweg experienced bandwidth issues. He was in Ireland when we interviewed him. We also experienced some technical difficulties with Google Hangouts and I dropped out for about 5 minutes. The biggest interview of the year for me and it was nothing but glitches! Oh well. Good content anyway!

WordPress Weekly with Jeff Chandler and Marcus Couch

WordPress Weekly #192

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Jeff Chandler and I are joined by Dan Griffiths, founder of Section214. We spend the about half of the show learning about Griffiths’ background in technology at a young age.

Once out of the military, Griffiths experienced difficulties finding a job. He discovered Easy Digital Downloads and explains how working on a ticket and creating an API led to getting a job offer from Pippin Williamson. Since accepting the job offer, Griffiths has published 22 plugins to the WordPress plugin directory and has attended several WordCamps.

Later in the show, we discuss HostPress, an open-source, extensible server control panel built on top of WordPress. He describes his motivation behind the project and why he thinks webhosts need a better solution. Near the end of the interview, Griffiths shares his thoughts on the WP REST API that will eventually be added to WordPress and what it means for the project’s future.

Stories Discussed:

Heroes Are Found In Unexpected Places
WordPress 4.3 to Focus on Mobile Experience, Admin UI, Better Passwords, and Customizer Improvements

Plugins Picked By Marcus:

WP Rollback lets you quickly and easily rollback any theme or plugin from WordPress.org to any previous or newer version. It works just like the plugin updater, except you’re rolling backward or forward to a specific version. Be sure to read our review of WP Rollback on the Tavern.

Linkedin_Oauth allows users to login and register into WordPress using their LinkedIn account.

Strong Password Generator created by Frankie Jarrett, encourages the use of strong passwords by helping users generate them easily.\