Author / Daniel Milner

Back in July, I wrote a post called Getting Started with iOS Development. At the time, I had an idea for an app or two and really wanted to create them. Then in August I wrote about Simplifying┬áboth tangible and intangible things. That simplification has now evolved into focusing. Focusing my talents and abilities on […]

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Over the weekend, my WordPress plugin for Pressgram was approved and added to the WordPress Plugin Directory. If you installed any of the pre-release versions, I urge you to deactivate and delete it from your plugin dashboard and reinstall it from the official repository in order to be notified when updates are available.

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A few days ago, I threw out an idea on Twitter to create an add-on plugin to the official Pressgram WordPress plugin that would add some layout options. @Pressgram Is that something that could be hooked into the Pressgram WordPress plugin? Some sort of themes selector/directory/shop? — Daniel Milner (@danielmilner) September 18, 2013 I’ve never […]

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Over the summer, my wife and I simplified. We sold about 75% of our possessions and moved our family to a smaller house. That’s the short version, but you get the idea. I’m finding that the idea of simplifying can also be applied to what I do on the internet. Over the years, I’ve created […]

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Several months ago, I decided that I wanted to get into iOS development. After reading dozens of blog posts and watching countless hours of video tutorials, I feel as though I’m no further than when I started. I think that I need to get into a routine of giving myself time to work on it […]

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I was reading an article on WP Daily called Build Your HTML Prototype First, Then Move To WordPress, which got me thinking about my own development process. I’ve never been very proficient in graphics design, so starting a project there is never an option that I take. Over the years, HTML and CSS have practically […]

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Now that I’ve actually started coding my first WordPress plugin, I’ve realized that I used to be a fairly messy programmer. In the past, I would write some code, test it, fix it, and then be done. Now I find myself taking a look at my “finished code” and finding ways to refine it. I’m […]

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I’m at the point where I’m going to attempt to write my own custom WordPress plugin. WordPress development is fairly new to me. I’ve used WordPress on and off for several years, but only started developing custom themes this year. I’ve been a programmer for quite a while and PHP is anything but new to […]

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I’m an Information Technology Specialist and Web Developer living in Simi Valley, CA. I love my wife, and I’m a sucker for gadgets and gizmos. If you still want to know more about me, take a look at my About page.

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