Moving on

I have some exciting news to share today. This month will be my last month at WooThemes. Starting June, I will be joining Radish Concepts. It’s a new company (note the lack of a proper website 🙂 ), managed by Richard, David and Arjan, in which I wil be forming the main development team with Gaya and Arno joins as designer. I’m really excited […]

Changing the number of product columns in WooCommerce 2.1

Some people asked me this question on Twitter and I always pointed them to the support forums we’ve got. When this question got asked for the 10th time this week, I figured I had to check if this was actually any different in WooCommerce 2.1 now. Turns out, it’s not. It still works the same […]

My 2014 resolutions

With little over one day left on the calendar of 2013, it’s about time I start thinking what I want to achieve in the new year. I’m never really good at making real resolutions, but I like to have some idea of what I’m going to focus on. These resolutions are not real goals, so […]

Blogging after the Blogging for Benjamin competition is over

The Blogging for Benjamin competition is coming to an end. In just two days time, we celebrate the end of another year. At the same time, our blogging competition is ending too. But our blogs live on, with a bunch of new content and ready for a new year. It sure was a bit of […]

WordPress plugins should do one thing and do it well

I mentioned the Unix philosophy ‘Do one thing and do it well’ in yesterdays post already, the User Switching plugin was a prime example of a WordPress plugin sticking to it. In the past, I’ve discussed easy to use and expand plugins. Patrick Rauland posted about adding functionality to lean plugins yesterday as well. It […]