You don’t have to be a thought leader to blog. Just a thought haver and a thought sharer.
I put together an uber-simple child theme, called “Neat Child”, which you can download here (https://github.com/digisavvy/neat-child). This theme isn’t for the faint of heart. That is, it’s not yet easily customizable, whether you use it as a parent theme or as a starter theme. Either way, there’s a curve to learning it. The good news is … Continue reading Some Like it Neat Child Theme
Not really a wheat beer drinker, but this one’s nice. Not super light. You know it’s there. 😉
If you’re coasting through life you’re going downhill.
The past month has seen me in this frenzied state of trying to complete projects and learn as much as I could about a few different topics before I headed out of town (which I am happy to say: I’m out of town now!). That said, I wanted to drop some links that have kept … Continue reading Recent Linkage
I’m still plugging away, learning and tweaking ‘Some Like it Neat.’ If you recall, it’s a project I started putting together a couple of weeks ago leading up to WordCamp Las Vegas. I’d love some more feedback/contributions, obviously. Things to be added: Page Templates — Archive, Left/Right Sidebars, improved 404 Post Format Templates — The … Continue reading Quick Update on ‘Some Like it Neat.’
WordCamps are a great, great time. As someone who has spoken at a couple of WordCamps, attended several more and even co-organized one; I can tell you, from different perspectives, that they are worth your time and attendance. They give an opportunity to meet new folks, network and learn something new in the process. Also, … Continue reading How to Get the Most Out of a WordCamp
This blog is called “Alex Has Nice Hair.” And, really, it’s not all that nice. I mean, it is; if we’re being honest it’s a lot nicer than yours probably. Okay, that’s my narcissist spitting truth. =) I don’t obsess over my hair. I promise! But I hated getting my hair as a kid. Why? … Continue reading My Hair