A story of how one tweet attracted over 2,000 Retweets responding to recent news of Yaya Toure’s exit and that people may have forgotten his birthday.
Rhys is the Lead Developer at Firecask, and leads many projects both inside and outside of work. He has over 4 years commercial experience in PHP development, specialising on WordPress, and 7 years SEO experience. He is a published author with his first book - bbPress Complete - published in July 2013.
Posts by Rhys Wynne:
WordPress 3.9 was released on 16th April 2014. Read more about features introduced and updated in 3.9 including a TinyMCE upgrade and audio/video playlists.
Here are the main changes in the 3.8 release. New Admin Interface based on MP6 The most noticeable change for most sites is the new Admin Interface on the site. The new interface is a flat, modern design and is fully responsive – which I believe is a first for the WordPress Admin interface. The [read more]
As a self confessed scatterbrain, I’m always looking at ways of improving my productivity and organisation. My personal to-do list of choice is Remember The Milk, as an Android user, I love their widget. I’ve also recently started using Trello (thanks to Alex), as here at FireCask my projects are managed as cards. Some of [read more]
Today saw the release of WordPress 3.5. This version is the latest release of WordPress and introduces a lot of new features, and unusually for WordPress, a removal of a feature. I’m going to talk you through some of the new features of WordPress 3.5. Removal of Link Manager Interestingly, one of the more controversial [read more]
Recently here at FireCask we had a project that required pretty advanced custom URL structures in WordPress. By default, WordPress is pretty good with permalinks, allowing you to specify a whole range of variables to use. For most websites that use WordPress as their Content Management System, you will probably use one of the default permalink [read more]