Often what seems simple for an experienced user is really hard for the beginning WordPress user to grasp. It’s not uncommon for clients to totally mess up the formatting of their site with the WordPress WYSIWYG editor. To that end let’s look at programmatically setting up TinyMCE for clients to reduce any confusion. As always Read More
Post has been around for a while and I’ve used it on a few projects. I like this much more than adding a ton of shortcodes to a site that may mean nothing later. I’ve used it to create buttons, special headings and columns of text.