If you run a support forum using bbPress, sometimes you need some information from your users that they want to keep private. You usually ask them to send the information to a private email address, but this disrupts the flow of the support thread. Instead, wouldn’t it be easier for the user to add the private information in their reply?
Ever needed to save some real state screen but you had a lot of content that you needed to expose? Alldion is a plugin for WordPress that empowers you to create responsive accordions for your site.
Here’s a typical situation: your potential visitor searches something, finds your site, access your site, consumes the info and then he/she leaves. What would happen if you offered more content related to the info they came looking for? They will surely stay longer on your site instead of bouncing right away. This plugin will help you stop losing your visitors and increase engagement: Related Posts for WordPress.
Nice article on UX covering the customer experience from advertising to engagement and retention.
WordPress Development posted their plans for 3.2 version: MySQL 5 & PHP 5.2 required, no IE6 support for Admin and new writing interface.
This video by Ryan Carson is back from 2009 but still relevant to learn how to perform A/B Testing using WordPress and Google Optimizer.
Now that 2010 is over, it’s nice to look back and see how many things you’ve learned on the last year. In order to start stretching those muscles for 2011, here’s a review of the most interesting jQuery tutorials featured in ilovecolors during 2010.
Less Framework 3 tackles responsive design bundling 4 layouts of 3, 5, 8 and 13 columns applied using media queries.
Check the cool site for Ben the Bodyguard, an iPhone app to protect your data coming up in January 2011.