The State of Multilingual WordPress – take 1

Fact. To build a multilingual (or multi-language?) website is hard. Much harder than a single language website version. Fact. The current available solutions to simplify designers/developers life when building multi-language websites are…very complex. Multi-language websites are probably more common outside US, and maybe, more complex in the European territory, since over here we share a

Portugal at WordCamp Europe

Last week, WordCamp Europe folks announced the final speakers’ list and among the 36 speakers there’s a portuguese woman, Mónica Guerra Leiria, stepping up with a presentation about “Between Glorified Computer Interface and Ultimate Narcissist: delivering what the client needs”. When doing client work there is a fine line between what the client wants and

WordCamp Europe 2013

WordCamp Europe 2013 I’ve already booked time, house, flights and bought the ticket to attend  WordCamp Europe 2013 at Leiden! Today I learned that one of the sessions will cover the eternal question about to OOP or not to OOP in the WordPress context. Some love it, some hate it, few understand it. Some won’t develop

My first post in WordPress 3.6

Well, WordPress 3.6 “Oscar” finally arrived, and I thought maybe it’s time to have my own blog to share what I’m up to, my thoughts, my code snippets, my plugin’s evolutions!   So, upgrade your WordPress  to 3.6 and we’ll see around!