I put together my first WordPress plugin and was going to submit it to the plugin repository but on second thought I decided not to because:
You have to jump through a few hoops to install it
You have to continue jumping through a few hoops to maintain it
I may lag in the hoop-jumping maintaining the plugin myself though I’ve been updating it fairly well so far
The plugin solves the use of shortcodes like those that come with WooThemes and Elegant Themes when displayed via WPtouch/Pro on a mobile device. Without the plugin scheme the raw shortcodes will be rendered on a mobile screen which is both ugly and dysfunctional.
So if you want it go the link at the top of this page or click here.
The formatting of the plugin page isn’t pretty because it was created according to the strict guidelines of WordPress plugin documentation.
Did a photo shoot for the New York Times the other week up in Hawi. A beautiful home with a landscaped three acres and a view. The article says you can see Maui but it was late in the afternoon and cloudy so I must have missed it on that day. And no ocean sunsets here at this time of year.
So what’s your choice for $925K? Where would you rather live? Click on the image above for the article.
You can see me taking photos of people taking photos here. It was a Canadian couple that I photographed and they included me on their blog. NY Times decided not to use the phallic rock photo, maybe a bit too lascivious for a family paper like them.
So if your birdcage is really missing my photos in a print edition, I suggest buying the New York Times once in awhile. It also makes excellent fish-wrap at the market.