Archive : Wordpress
Jan 16 2012 by Matthias Steiner in Wordpress
The other day I heard some interesting news about Storify and from what I got it sounded liked a handy tool to quickly collect content from social networks and weave it into a quick blog post or story.
Apr 11 2011 by Matthias Steiner in inscope.net
The Eye of The Beholder
» In Part 1 I have been sharing some info on how to apply a little make-up to your (WordPress-base) site so that the reading experience is tailor-fitted to the capabilities of the reading device, whether it is a full-fledged desktop browser, a smartphone or a tablet. In my book, that implies meeting the readers expectations in a broader sense than just allowing them to access the content in a convenient way – it’s about maxing out the experience.
Apr 08 2011 by Matthias Steiner in inscope.net | 2 comments
Recently I decided to tinker with the design of my personal space in the web here at inscope.net as the old one looked a little too "tight" for my own taste. I wanted something a little bit more spaced-out and more open. Something that allows the reader to concentrate on the content - for a better reading experience
Nov 06 2010 by Matthias Steiner in Wordpress
I was very thrilled to hear about a new WordPress plugin that allows you to integrate your tweet of choice in a simple way: Blackbirdpie for WordPress.
Below you can see the plugin in actions…
Sep 03 2010 by Matthias Steiner in Wordpress | 1 comment
The second article of my WordPress Series will focus on WordPress plugins. There are plenty of great quality ad-ons available, maybe too many (#appstoresyndrom), so the problem is more to find the good stuff and tell it apart from the bad stuff. :/ A good starting point to search for plugins is always the WordPress Plugin Directory (which is also integrated in the admin panel.)
One last important remark, only install plugins from trusted and well-known sources and keep them updated. So, without further ado I’ll simply list the plug-ins I use (and what for), what they are good for and where you can find them, cool? Here we go…