For quite a long time, I’ve had an difficulty keeping track of all the cool, interesting, and useful WordPress solutions I read in posts and forums. I bookmark things, put them on Delicious, etc. but just end up forgetting where I put them and then spend time Googling around for that thing I read about 6 months ago. Finally, I got the bright idea of using a WordPress database to keep track of them all, and pretty soon I ended up with another website, in the hopes that others might find it useful as well:


I know there are lots of WordPress tips and hacks kinds of sites out there. This site is designed to aggregate and categorize the solutions I find, and contains some original content as well. If you know of a post that should be included, you can submit it via the form at the top of the sidebar; particularly if you’ve posted a “how to” on your site- you can never have too many incoming links right? This site is somewhat inspired by CSS Globe, which is a great resource for web developers, linking out to all kinds of great tutorials, tips, hacks, etc…

So, check out Submit your WordPress solution posts and bookmark it for the next time you’re trying to figure out a way to make something happen in WordPress.

*Props to for the site design. I didn’t have time to do a custom theme for this site, and one of my favorite sources these days for AWESOME premium themes is Elegant Themes. You get access to all his themes for only $19.95 and they are not only beautiful, but have some great options on the back end, and I have found them to be easy to customize as well.