Partitioning the WordPress Comments Table

WordPress sites can get big. Really big. When you’re looking at a site of Cheezburger, Engadget or Techcrunch proportions, you get hundreds of comments per post, on dozens of posts per day, which adds up to millions of comments per year. In order to keep your site running in top condition, you don’t want to […]

Job Manager Highlight: Thinc Projects

Thinc Projects just launched their new careers site, with the help of the people at Zojo. They were after a job board plugin, and after evaluating other options, came to the conclusion that Job Manager was the obvious choice. I found Job Manager easy to work with from day one, I appreciated the way it […]

Job Manager 0.7 Released

AKA: The “No Unifying Theme” release. Along those lines, there are a bunch of varied new features! Interview Scheduling – Easily keep track of who you’re interviewing and when, with interview ratings and internal comments Comments – Keep internal comments on interviews and applications, so you’re easily able to aggregate and recall thoughts on each […]

Job Manager Highlight: BlueTree Search

BlueTree Search recently re-launched their site with the help of┬áStripe Creative, switching from plain HTML to WordPress as a CMS. Along the way, they decided to bring their job listing in-house. Initially, this client asked us to add a job posting section to the web site we developed for them a few years ago. Our […]

Stats for WordPress plugins and themes hosted on wordpress.org

I am a stats addict. For all of the sites I work on, there’s a link in my Google Analytics account to show me the statistics for that site. Unfortunately, there’s one site missing from the chain: wordpress.org. Job Manager is hosted there, but I cannot see the visitor statistics. Google Code allows you to […]