We mostly write about WordPress stuff.
The team at BinaryM is headed to the desert this November for a new twist on WordPress conferences called PressNomics.
While reviewing the Zombie Industries site, we noticed that some of their page titles weren’t being accurately reflected in Google’s SERPs. Google was prepending the title with what appeared to be a related term for an unknown reason.
Twenty Eleven was a great year for BinaryM. We made more friends, built more websites, and ate more burritos than ever before. 2011 Highlights Redesigned our website & launched new logo WordCamps Phoenix, Orange County, Reno, San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles & Las Vegas. Maintained our #1 position for Web Design San Diego on […]
We’re putting the finishing touches on our new WordPress dedicated server today. Huge thanks to our friends at G Squared Computing and Illuminated Hosting for helping get it dialed in and setup at the colocation facility. Hat tip to the Covell Group for their excellent monitoring service. Everything is running great, really looking forward to migrating client sites to this new box.
We found the jQuery Easy Accordion plugin to be very useful while creating the new homepage for INDATA. We ran into a small issue when we needed the accordion to stop after a single cycle, by default the plugin does not support this, so we modified the plugin to include this new option.
Download Pagination for Pages at WordPress.org Pagination for Pages is a WordPress plugin that allows you to easily create pagination style navigation elements for pages (or any other custom post type). It uses a numerical based system along with next & back navigation elements. The plugin includes a single function, pagination_for_pages(), that accepts a single parameter, […]
Google has been changing what they require in data feeds for Google Base recently. They have several posts about the new requirements on their Google Merchant Blog. These new data fields will make the stock Shopp data feed incompatible with Google Base, bummer.
That’s right, despite a ~12 hour power outage our entire hosting network stayed online.
It has taken about a week for the buzz of WordCamp San Diego to wear off and thus the delay in posting our usual recap. With that being said: Interesting Stats For WordCamp San Diego 2011 23 Sponsors 18 Speakers 12.5 Hours of WordPress Content 7 Organizers 200+ Attendees 4 Events A Whole Lot of […]
If you’re sitting in/streaming my WordPress as a CMS talk, this post contains a bunch of stuff may be of interest to you. WordCamp San Diego: BinaryM CMS Theme PageMash WordPress.org Plugin Page Modified version Hero Image add_theme_support set_post_thumbnail_size add_image_size Navigation wp_list_pages wp_nav_menu register_nav_menu Notifications register_sidebar dynamic_sidebar About add_post_type_support Shortcode API add_shortcode get_pages Team register_post_type […]