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BackUpWordPress – How to Restore a Backup

The BackUpWordPress plugin saves a backup copy of your site files and/or database. If you need to know how to retrieve and restore from your backups, here is our handy guide: Please note that once a restore has been run on either the database or site files, you will not be able to retrieve the…

December is not just about Christmas…

We’ve decided to take December off and dedicate the month to a completing a major update of WP Remote, our free web app for managing multiple WordPress sites. WP Remote will be moving out of beta and into version 1.0 with a complete rewrite of the front-end and a new fresh look. Previously we used…

On Image Resizing

Server-side image resizing has often been a sticky topic when it comes to building CMS powered websites, and it is something I have encountered a lot during my years of building websites on WordPress. I thought it would be a good idea to write-up my findings and also the “solution” we have come up with…

My internship at Human Made

I am coming to the end of my internship at humanmade, and I thought it would be pretty cool if I told you about my little adventure. As part of my A-Level studies (Computing, ICT & Spanish) I attended an extra course called ‘Careers Academy’ as part of this course it was required for each…

Introducing WP Thumb

Throughout my experience of working with WordPress, be it small projects or large projects I have always wanted the ability to do on-demand server side image resizing. For several reasons this is something WordPress has not included in core. With Human Made and the years before, we have used a lot of different solutions for on-demand resizing.…

WP Remote

WP Remote is a essential free web app which provides a single place for developers to view and manage all of their WordPress sites. There is no longer any excuse for out of date websites.

WP Thumb

WP Thumb is a WordPress plugin that silently enables the use of PHPThumb for all WordPress images. This has several benefits that WordPress does not offer: Dynamically resize images on-the-fly – WordPress only generates 3 sizes for each attachment. WP Thumb allows you to do `the_post_thumbnail( ‘width=100&height=80&crop=1’ )` to get a 100 pixel square image, this can…