An Interview With Jason Schuller, Creator of Pickle

An interview with Jason Schuller, author of Pickle - a one-page WordPress template for restaurant websites

Anyone working with WordPress on a regular basis, will quickly form a clear understanding of “what WordPress is“. While websites designed with the CMS can look many different ways, the system behind it remains relatively unchanged. One such constant is the WordPress admin area — the way we create posts and pages, place widgets and perform other routine tasks. Yet,…. Continue Reading

Optimus Plugin: Affordable Lossless Image Compression For WordPress


I’m not a control freak, honestly. But when it comes to images, I’ve always felt that manual optimization using old school Adobe Fireworks was the better way to go. While it may not be the most efficient use of my time, with practice I’ve whittled the process down to 30 seconds or less per image. Nevertheless, I was curious how…. Continue Reading

Fixing the Briefly Unavailable for Scheduled Maintenance Error in WordPress

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There’s an error in WordPress which occurs rarely when an update fails to complete. It usually happens when you update the WordPress core itself, compounding the fear factor. The message your receive is “Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance. Check back in a minute”. In this article I’ll take a look at why this happens and how you can resolve the…. Continue Reading

How to Move from to

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Are you interested in making the move from to is like a watered down version of Yes, it’s weird that they couldn’t come up with some more differentiated names for the products, but is typically for people just starting off with their blogs. It’s used by people who want to test the waters and see…. Continue Reading

WordCamp Europe Seville 2015 – My Experience


I recently spent an amazing five days in Seville, Spain, with fellow WordPress enthusiasts. I was there to attend WordCamp Europe; the largest WordPress conference in Europe. WordPress describes WordCamps as “informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you”. If you check the main WordCamps website, you will see that there are WordCamp events on every…. Continue Reading