I’m a WordPress developer from Birmingham, Alabama. I’m the creator and editor of Post Status.
This site has come about in part as a way for me to focus all of my custom WordPress plugin work in one location, but mainly as a resource that I hope will help to fill the gap in WordPress plugin development documentation. There are countless websites out there that post daily, weekly, or monthly tutorials and tips on WordPress development, but not a single one that focuses purely on Plugins.
I’m Carrie Dils, a WordPress developer, consultant, and teacher. I developed my first web site for the web in 1997 and have been learning, evolving, and serving clients ever since. I have a passion for helping other freelancers realize success in their business and provide lots of free content around the web (starting right here with my blog) with the purpose of helping others level up their skill set, their confidence, and their business savvy.
My name is Christopher Ross. I’m a web designer, WordPress fantastic, passionate photographer, and software developer living in St. Catharines, Ontario (Canada). When I’m not building websites, or helping small business make the most of their online marketing budget, you can find me travelling and exploring the planet.
Cats Who Code is a website dedicated to those who create and maintain websites : web developers, web designers, webmasters, and so on.
Our aim is to make web development easier and more fun by providing high quality resources and useful tutorials to our readers.
I'm the Founder of WP Sites working 80+ hrs a week to provide my members, tutorials and solutions for WordPress theme customisation.