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WordCamp PH 2010: WordPress Setup and Maintenance

Last week, I had the chance to once again be a part of WordCamp Philippines. I was a last minute addition, taking Winston’s place for the topic WordPress Setup and Maintenance. It was rather hard to prepare a presentation that lasts 30 minutes discussing a task that would normally take just five. It was definitely […]

5 minutes with WordPress 2.7 Beta 1

The first time I heard from Matt about WordPress 2.7’s new interface in WordCamp Philippines, I was excited to see some new UI elements and concepts taking a more prominent role in the whole application. After all, blogs and web applications were supposed to be way ahead in adopting new approaches in designs and interfaces. […]

rev3 is dead.

The old theme I’ve been using for four years or so is now out of service. I’ve fondly called it “rev3” as I consider it my third major design revision, though within it there were several micro–versions. I think I’ll be playing with this new thing I call “R8,” all in its single–column goodness. If […]

WordCamp: Developing WordPress Plugins

(Embedded slideshow below) [embeddoc url=”” viewer=”microsoft”] I did tell you I was slated to speak at WordCamp Philippines last week, right? I’m not so sure if I managed to expound on my topic acceptably, but hopefully I gave fellow WordPress users an idea on how to approach the task of coding your own WordPress plugin. […]

Now on WordPress 2.3.3

This blog has been running on a customized 1.5–based WordPress for a few years now. As a result of my modifications, it has slowly showed its age and weaknesses in the backend. I’ve been unable to take advantage of the better plugins out there, though thinking about it now I still had all the features […]


BukoPie is a new feed reader for WordPress I hacked from the SimplePie demo, allowing WP users to have their own XML feed reader right in the WordPress dash/admin pages. I added functionality for keeping a feed subscription list and tag–based categorization. I’m sure this isn’t the first feed reader for WP, but it fills […]