You can tell which parents are geeks by the shirts their kids wear.
It’s been awesome seeing how WordPress has grown since I first started working with it about six years ago. Back then I really saw it as just a blogging platform. In the past three years it’s been awesome to see it turn into one of the most flexible and powerful CMSs on the market.
Congrats & Happy 10th Anniversary WordPress! My daughter and I send you our love.
You can support WordPress by picking up one of their 10th Anniversary shirts.
So you’ve probably got a Facebook, Twitter and Google+ share button on your site, but what about App.net? This post will walk you through the steps to add an App.net share button to your website. Though we’ll focus on the setup for WordPress, we will cover the basics which will allow you to add it to any site.
In the last 4 years I can count on one hand how many times I have needed to use the image caption or description. What’s crazy is that three of them have been in the last two months. When trying to search for the answer I was amazed at how difficult is was to find what I needed. It turns out it’s pretty simple.
There’s no fancy “get_image_caption”. That would be too easy right?
First I had to learn that there’s no fancy “get_the_image_caption”. That would be too easy right? Anyway, an image (or attachment) is treated like a post therefore you have an excerpt and the content. The excerpt is equal to the caption and content equals the description