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Filtering the Link Modal Query

A member site I manage has a significant amount of protected content that has a private post status and is made available to members of a specific role via use of the capability read_private_posts. I often want to link to these posts but am unable to easily do so because of the following: The Limitation […]

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WordCamp Minneapolis

This coming Saturday, I will be attending WordCamp Minneapolis for a second year. Additionally, on Sunday, during the WordPress Business Summit brunch (hosted at The Pourhouse), I have the humbling opportunity to give a ten minute lightning talk on behalf of Pressgram, the iOS photo app I’ve been pushing in recent months. I’m excited for the opportunity to teach again, but do […]

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Pulling Down Walls

As much as I enjoy poking around the admin of a WordPress site (especially now, as I begin to learn more and more about development), I have just been provided with a tool that will allow me to blog with greater ease. Oftentimes, as I sit down and attempt to write, I find myself distracted […]

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Members: Caps Lock

You may have been aware that, during the past year, I have been plunging somewhat headlong into WordPress development and making a few connections within the community. It’s been exciting and fun, and to be honest, a little addictive. I’ve learned that turning a concept to code can prove to be a complex task. There […]

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Fine Control of Pressgram

UPDATE (10.9.13) As of 10.8.13, the P*gram Fine Control plugin is no longer supported. All features provided by this plugin have been integrated into the official Pressgram plugin. Installing the official plugin? Be sure to deactivate & deleted P*gram Fine Control to eliminate any conflict. The following post is for all my friends in the […]

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Dunn Bros & Databases

It’s been long since I have given an update on the work of which I am a part here in the home offices of the Prayer League. I spend much time in front of the computer screen. That much is true. Development continues on the WMPL website and our Fellow Worker blogs. The objectives remain […]

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