Most hosting companies provide some way to quickly install WordPress and other popular web software. Softaculous, Fantastico and Installatron come to mind. But these aren’t always available and you’re left with having to install manually. This involves: creating your database with a user and password downloading the latest WordPress from the wordpress.org website expanding (or […]
Here at Potion we use design to inspire people to do things better, or to do better things. That’s our cause. A big part of our process of engagement when we take a design brief is to find out who you are, what you do, how you do it and, most importantly, why it matters. […]
Yesterday’s news: “WordPress is no longer just a blogging platform, its also a very cool content management system”. Today, WordPress is being used, more and more, to drive serious web applications by using custom themes and plugins.
The good news is that the Operating System wars are dead. Long live HTML5 …and the browser wars. There was barely an audible buzz around this topic in the WordPress community last week at Wordcamp, Cape Town 2012. But earlier this year, at the Enterprise Mobility Forum 2012, I listened to a lineup of industry […]