Archives: May 2014

How to change the number of posts per page in WordPress admin area

        Filed under: How to, WordPress

This is an easy trick to change the number of posts per page that are displayed in the Posts administration module of WordPress. Once logged into the administration area of WordPress, go to Posts. You will find a tab called “Screen Options” in the top right of that screen. Click on that tab. The “Screen Options” … Continued

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ish 2.0 – An Awesome Responsive Design Testing Tool

        Filed under: Web Design

There are different testing tools for responsive design that are based on specific viewports. Given that nowadays we have thousands of devices and almost infinite combinations of screen sizes, those testing tools are limited, since they don’t show your design in all those different random viewports. Ish is a different responsive design testing tool, it’s not based on predefined … Continued

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ish 2.0, an awesome responsive design testing tool

        Filed under: Web Design

There are different testing tools for responsive design that are based on specific viewports. Given that nowadays we have thousands of devices and almost infinite combinations of screen sizes, those testing tools are limited, since they don’t show your design in all those different random viewports. Ish is a different responsive design testing tool, it’s not based on predefined … Continued

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Hub Zones in Virginia and Washington DC area

        Filed under: Government

The Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZone) program helps small businesses in urban and rural communities gain preferential access to federal procurement opportunities.  If you are looking to do business with the federal government, being HUBZone certified can be a great procurement and contracting vehicle to accelerate business development and reduce the competition.  One of the … Continued

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Happy 11th Birthday: WordPress

Happy 11th Birthday: WordPress

        Filed under: Social Media, WordPress

Coming up on May 27, 2014; WordPress turns 11 years old.  Almost a teenager. Congratulations to Matt Mullenweg, Andrew Nacin, Peter Slutsky and the entire gang at Automattic who helps keep WordPress going and growing. We started experimenting with WordPress in 2007 and fully embraced it as a capable content management system by 2009.  In … Continued

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Improve your Website’s look with Typeplate

        Filed under: Usability, Web Design

Nowadays, the use of CSS frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation is very common in front end development and it allows developers and designers to build good looking HTML structures pretty quickly. Usually these frameworks only focus on layout and functionality, disregarding basic design principles for typographic patterns. This is a big problem, because a website is not just layout, navigation, tooltips or buttons, … Continued

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Typeplate, and how to improve the presentation of your website

        Filed under: CSS3, Technology, Usability, Web Design

Nowadays, the use of CSS frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation is very common in front end development and it allows developers and designers to build good looking HTML structures pretty quickly. Usually these frameworks only focus on layout and functionality, disregarding basic design principles for typographic patterns. This is a big problem, because a website is not just layout, navigation, tooltips or buttons, … Continued

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Photos of WordPress WordCamp Miami 2014

        Filed under: Web Design, WordPress Design

Last weekend inQbation attended the 5th annual WordCamp event in Miami. Here are some of the photos we took during the event. Below is the cover presentation of John James Jacoby, BuddyPress and bbPress lead developer, who gave a presentation about the history of those two projects. Seven members of inQbation attended Miami Wordcamp. We took advantage of the great networking opportunities to promote our most … Continued

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What I learned at WordPress WordCamp Miami 2014 1.0

        Filed under: Web Design

Miami, FL – Refreshing to listen to Josh Eaton of Reaktiv Studios, a disciplined software engineer who is applying best practices towards WordPress development. So many WordPress hackers out there and his approach is refreshing. His slides are online but the things he spoke about include sass, scss, DRY(er) code, grunt, partials, nesting, variables, mixins, … Continued

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WordPress for Government and Enterprise Summit

        Filed under: Web Design, WordPress Design

WASHINGTON, DC – May 6, 2014 – inQbation was fortunate enough to have been invited to  the first WordPress for Government and Enterprise summit, an exclusive event held in Washington DC at Chief, to hear from Matt Mullenweg, (@photomatt) co-founder of WordPress & founder & CEO of Automattic, his ideas about how government websites can be better and … Continued

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WordPress vs Drupal

WordPress vs Drupal

        Filed under: Government, WordPress

Straight from the founder of WordPress. Matt Mullenweg said tonight at a WordPress for Government conference that the primary differences between WordPress and Drupal are that… 1. WordPress releases major updates 3 times per year where Drupal releases major updates once every 3 years. 2. New updates are backward compatible to existing themes and plugins … Continued

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Best, safest WordPress hosting

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Media Temple offers some of the best, fastest, safest, and most secure WordPress hosting that I have seen or experience.  If you are looking for fast, reliable, and secure WordPress hosting, click here for Media Temple WordPress hosting.  Currently they are running a half price sale in May.   By the way, we will be … Continued