Category Archives: Code & Technology

Using the WordPress Settings API with Network Admin pages

The other day I was googling up information about coding options pages in the network administration dashboard of a WordPress multisite installation and I noticed that some people think they cannot use the Settings API with those pages. I also noticed there was no article showing how to do it, so here it is. Continue reading

Image Credits: Antonio Ruiz García

Latest news about the WP LinkedIn plugin & extensions

I spent a lot of time last week updating the WP LinkedIn plugin and its extensions (you probably saw several updates going through the WordPress repository) latest versions of the plugins are now: Continue reading

Image Credits: Nan Palmero

The fate of the WP-LinkedIn WordPress plugin after May 12

If you are a user of the WP-LinkedIn WordPress plugin and have registered with the LinkedIn API, you probably already received an email from them about the changes to their developer program and are wondering how this is going to affect you. Continue reading

Image Credits: Sheila Scarborough

Save yourself a lot of trouble: backup your smartphone

For a lot of people now, their smartphone has become an important part of their work and life. They use is to take pictures and videos or their family or to keep contact with their clients. And, unfortunately, it’s often the only place where they keep those memories or that critical business information. So when that device dies, is lost or stolen and they don’t have a backup it’s a big deal. It happened to a few of my friends already so I decided to write that post to collect resources about how to backup or synchronise a smartphone. Continue reading

Image Credits: Randen Pederson

How to customize the recommendations scroller in WP-LinkedIn

I already wrote an article here about customizing your LinkedIn profile but there is a slight difference if you want to customize the recommendations scroller, so here you go, how to add the recommender’s picture and headline to the scroller. Continue reading

How to migrate a WordPress Network back to a standard WordPress

Some time ago one of my clients, who was running a WordPress Network, decided to close all the blogs to leave only the main one active. All the articles in the network were to be imported into the main blog. I used the WordPress import/export tools and put in place a series of HTTP redirects. Everything was fine. However, the installation was still a network and there was some overhead at the database level and at the administration level. So I though I should be reverting it to a standard WordPress. Continue reading

Image Credits: Antonio Ruiz García