Category : WordPress Web Development
WordSesh this year will take place on Saturday, December 20th 2014. There will be 24 sessions, 1 session every hour, on the hour, for 24 hours. Get ready to learn a ton of WordPress knowledge. The WordSesh Schedule will show you what’s coming up. Also you can come back and watch all the videos at […]
Dirigo Creative is pleased to announce it’s sponsorship of WordCamp Raleigh 2013, the area’s yearly opportunity to learn about WordPress websites from local and national experts. During WordCamp Raleigh 2013, you can meet with local WordPress users, and can learn tips and tricks to: improve your website’s productivity ensure your data and user information is […]
Great infograph on the 30 most popular WordPress plugins for 2013.
We had the pleasure to redesign the NC Worker Comp Website for our good friend attorney Kevin Bunn. Check out the brand new shiny website we set him up with! We are still doing some tweaks and twerks but we hope you guys like it as much as we do! Website was built in WordPress with a […]
WordPress has announced the availability of version 3.6, WordPress “Oscar.” Dirigo Creative recommends all clients update their WordPress installations to Oscar now to take advantage of its new functionality.
The reason we use WordPress with our clients is how easy it is to use on a regular basis. WordPress is intuitive and requires no programming knowledge. If you can use the software that comes with your computer, you can use WordPress. With WordPress 3.6 Oscar, updating your website is simple. Want to share a video, song or article with your users? With WordPress 3.6 Oscar, just copy and paste the URL into the blog post window. Once pasted in, when your post the video is professionally displayed on your website.
This is a great feature that saves extra steps, but another major upgrade has been made in content version control. Controlling content written by your employees is easier now with automatic save, post lock and revision control hat lets you review the entire history of a document to review changes:
Auto save saves what you are working on every few seconds so that you don’t lose what you are writing if you close your tab or are called away from your screen.
Post lock provides a pop-up that allows you to take over editing a post when another is working on it. When you save your edits and release the post, your collaborator’s view is then updated with your changes.
Revision control displays a timeline slider on each post so that an editor can review all changes made to a post to review all revisions by all collaborators before publishing a post.
Have more questions? Contact us to learn more about WordPress 3.6 Oscar