Today we launched the redesign of our company’s blog: The Iris
I was just a small part of the team that put this together (and finished it at least a month early, I might add), but in the past two days the labor pains have been killer for us all. So glad it’s out the door and ready for more upgrades next week. 😀
I am totally obsessed with WordPress right now. We recently launched this website at work, which was built by a vendor instead of in-house, and yo, it’s amazing. They built it in WordPress, and it does stuff I had no idea WordPress could do, and it’s inspired me to LEARN ALL THE WORDPRESS THINGS. I’ve been reading [amazon_link id=”1119995965″ target=”_blank” ]Smashing WordPress: Beyond the Blog (Smashing Magazine Book Series)[/amazon_link], and WP tutorials and articles on Smashing Magazine; outlining plans for possible projects; and browsing through plugins for ideas. I fixed a couple of lingering problems on the blog at work yesterday, which was AWESOME.
Problem is, I need more blogs to experiment on. I had some cool ideas for one of my sites, but the stakeholder doesn’t want me making any changes right now because she doesn’t have time to review and approve for awhile, which makes me sad. I’m considering building a bug/ticket tracker for projects at work. There’s no guarantee I could get everyone to actually use it, but it’d be a fun and educational experience, and if I could figure out how to build it as a customizable theme to release to the public, that’d be even better.
Seriously, WordPress excites me like nothing work-related has for a long time. It feels good.
ETA: For some reason this link isn’t working above, so here it is again:
[amazon_link id=”1119995965″ target=”_blank” ]Smashing WordPress: Beyond the Blog (Smashing Magazine Book Series)[/amazon_link]
Yeah, that just happened to my colleague SS. For future reference, this is where I found the solution:
Users not showing in user list…
In a nutshell, I had to use “wp-admin/user-edit.php?user_id=###”, searching until I found the missing user (in my case, user 155). Then I was able to edit her role, which had not been assigned, thereby adding her to the user list.