The Scenario You are building a WordPress site. You are working down your to-do list of annoyances, feature needs, etc. As is usually the case, you have found the handful of plugins that do almost exactly what you are looking for. But some tweaking will be required to get rid of the almost and give […]
So this site is published on WordPress. Generally, I love WordPress. It is a terrific publishing engine that has all but rendered my desire to create websites from scratch moot. I’d just like to address one thing I’d love tweaked. But I have run into this issue enough though lately that I figured I’d share […]
I am a large fan of the radio program “The ITD Morning After” on 1380 AM in St. Louis. 1380 AM has a terribly weak frequency. To compensate, the audio content from each show is put up daily on www.insidestl.com. (Sidenote, I’m a believer that every radio program ought to be available online. This would […]
This post is the second installment of How to user Google Spreadsheets as a Data Source in WordPress. Click Here for Part 1.
This is the first in a two post series that will walk you through how to insert content from Google Spreadsheets Inline into WordPress pages. Background Recently, I was converting a site from ASP to WordPress. This site details a mortgage loan and its amortization schedule. The amortization schedule is built with Google Spreadsheets. I […]