Lots of developers love using WordPress.
One the big advantages of WordPress is that you get lots of features out-of-the-box. WordPress gives you a login system, comments, a text editor, a media library others.
An UpStream user emailed us this week with an interesting question:
Is it possible to show different WordPress themes on different pages?
WordPress is capable of doing just about everything you need for website.
It doesn’t matter whether you need an eCommerce store, a social networking site, a photo gallery or any other kind of website … WordPress has a plugin for you.
In this guide, I’ll show you how to use WordPress to create and manage a list of bug reports.
If you’ve run a WordPress site for some time, you know the experience … you update a WordPress plugin and it introduces a new bug.
Sometimes the bug is minor and a feature doesn’t work quite like it should. Sometimes the bug is serious enough to break your site.
This week we released UpStream 1.6 and new versions of several extensions.
The most important feature is you can assign Tasks, Milestones, and Files to anyone involved in your project. You can assign these items to several people at the same time. You can also assign them to Clients.
WordPress is capable of doing just about everything. Whether you need an eCommerce store, a social networking site, a photo gallery or any other kind of website, WordPress has a plugin for you.
In this guide, I’ll show you how to use WordPress to create and manage a to-do list of tasks.
UpStream 1.15 is available, and it has much more powerful filters on the frontend and admin side of projects.
We’ve been working on developing UpStream for a year, and have learned a lot of lessons from you … the UpStream users. One important lesson is that many users have a lot of projects and tasks. Some UpStream users have 100’s of projects, each with 100’s of tasks.
Over the last couple of weeks several users have been using UpStream on their multisite networks.
These users were kind enough to report some bugs and improvements. So we’ve just released version 1.14.1 of UpStream with several multisite changes.
Here at UpStream, we develop the leading project management plugin for WordPress. Many UpStream users want to upload files for their projects. They often wonder WordPress files types are allowed.