I’m so excited to have collaborated on my first WordPress plugin. I worked with SAI Digital developer Richard Royal to create a plugin that allows restaurants to easily manage their menus online, without the need for website visitors to download PDFs.
By default, the WordPress gallery includes all images attached to a post or page. But what if you want to exclude a photo from your gallery? (For example, you’ve already used it in the post and don’t want it to show up twice.)
I’ve been a fan of WordPress for a long time, and have used it for several client sites, as well as my own personal blog. However, my main Web site, at sarahtebo.com, was always a static HTML page. I recently decided to start practicing what I preach, so for the past week or so, I’ve been working on converting my HTML files to a functional Wordpress theme.
My friend Tricia is a great photographer and really sweet girl, so of course when she asked me to help her re-launch her portfolio site I said yes. Previously, her site had been a standard Flash-based site – the kind used by many photographers – and she wanted something different and easy to update. She’s already blogging on Wordpress.com, so I suggested she use a self-hosted Wordpress installation as her portfolio site.
I recently finished working with a client on a project that had a lot of requirements. She wanted to be able to share videos online, with minimal fuss and no technical skill, and wanted the videos to be accessible only to those she wanted to see them. It was a pretty obvious choice to use WordPress, because of its ease of use. Here’s a list of the other applications and plugins I used to set up their site.