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BackupBuddy – 1st Experience

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / August 31, 2011 / Comments Off on BackupBuddy – 1st Experience

Tonight I utilized BackupBuddy to migrate a WordPress installation from a live server to a local install using MAMP on my Mac.  It was my first attempt at a BackupBuddy migration and took about 5 minutes to complete. The process was intuitive and easy.  Earlier in the evening, I attempted to do a manual move…

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Really Simple Captcha Image Not Displaying

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / August 9, 2011 / Comments Off on Really Simple Captcha Image Not Displaying

I must have spent two hours troubleshooting this issue with the Really Simple Captcha plugin today. I am using it with Gravity Forms, and the captcha image was not displaying at all – I was getting a broken image. The solution was to create a folder in “wp-content”->”uploads”->”gravity_forms” called, “captcha” (see image below). Once I…

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A Fresh Look at a Calendar Plugin in WordPress

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / July 25, 2011 /

I have been completely unsatisfied with all of the calendar plugins that I have tried.  None do a good job on the usability front. So, I will be building my own calendar plugin.  It’ll be a fresh look at calendaring in WordPress. I need your thoughts and ideas.  I would like this to be the…

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Adding Login Boxes to WordPress Using wp_login_form()

By The Mighty Mo! Design Co. / December 27, 2010 /

I had a conversation recently with Josh about some WordPress stuff, and he brought up the new “wp_login_form” function that shipped with WordPress 3.0. I suppose I had read about it, but the value of it did not occur to me until this week when the opportunity came up to utilize it. Josh and I…

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Gravity Forms Awesomeness

By / October 28, 2010 / Comments Off on Gravity Forms Awesomeness

The Gravity Forms team recently wrote two blog posts explaining how to style Gravity Forms in different ways. First, there is the “Mad Libs” style, utilized by VaultPress. Second, there is the “Survey” style utilized by SurveyMonkey and thousands of other survey sites. Have you styled Gravity Forms differently? Enjoy!

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