DPXradar is a link roundup of important and informative links to stories, blog posts, articles, services, apps and plugins for online business owners, people who run websites and WordPress users and enthusiasts. This will be an ongoing series that I plan on posting roughly once a month in a free association format.
I know this is old as hell but it’s awesome and should be instituted nonetheless (perhaps in the next iteration of HTML). It’s a call to get an attribute called
fullsize added to the
fullsizeattribute to the
<IMG>tag. By which you can references a larger (or fullsize) version of the
SRCimage. Browsers could then include native support to display the
fullsizeimage in a pop-up.
The Jigoshop folks have released a theme called Jigotheme that integrates nicely with their WordPress eCommerce plugin.
Also, Design Kindle is another great free resource for web graphics.
I can’t decide if I like Decide yet. Try it, decide for yourself. Decide. Decide. …
Paul Gibbs, the creator of the very cool Achievements for BuddyPress plugin recently announced that the next version won’t require BuddyPress. Awesome.
Dropp seems cool…or, really fucking annoying. Great for stalkers and digital romantics.
Dropp is a fun and useful new iPhone app that lets you share location-based messages and photos with friends, family, and even people you don’t know!
WPCoder has relaunched with a badass new design:
Keeping in line with the current theme, wpMail.me is another way to get WordPress tutorials along with WP news. It’s a concise, once-weekly free roundup delivered right to your email inbox.
The folks at Dev4Press have put together a video outlining the basic steps of setting-up the new bbPress 2.0 forum plugin for WordPress:
If you’re looking to add some HTML5 flair to your site, check out HTML5Snippets.
Ronald Huereca has made his WordPress and Ajax book available as a free download.
It supports multiple accounts, hashtags, scheduling and more. There’s even a a new WordPress admin widget that provides Twitter publishing features for each post.
The scheduling function is the most exciting; decide how many times a Tweet will be published for each post…even delay Tweets if need be.
It’s available as a free plugin with very limited features or Pro Single ($39), Pro 5 Pack ($69) and Pro Unlimited ($99).
Check out WordTwit Pro!
Finally, a couple of articles caught my attention lately:
- How to launch a blog with (already) high search traffic – Skellie works the Google Auto Suggest feature and gets mad traffic.
- Why Google gets gamed (and why that won’t stop) – Rob Young from Search Engine Journal breaks down the history of search SPAM.