Blog Post Calendar Plugin for WordPress

After working on something similar for a client several years back (see post here) and getting tons of requests, I finally released the Blog Post Calendar Widget plugin. The monthly grid-view calendar can be added as a widget and highlights both archived and/or future posts.Want to display upcoming events in your sidebar? With the ability to show posts by post type, category, specific taxonomy and/or term, you can opt to display future posts assigned to your event category or event post type.…


Custom Social Media Buttons & Counters

Last week we launched a new site for social media guru Bryan Kramer. With over 80,000 followers, Bryan has quickly become one of the leading authorities on social media. Bryan wanted to integrate a custom solution for users to share his content so we whipped up some sweet social buttons and counters that matched his sites branding.…


Disqus Popular Threads Widget for WordPress

Looking for a way to display your most commented Disqus posts on your WordPress site? We just released a WordPress plugin that will allow you to do just that. The plugin integrates with the Disqus API and pulls in your most popular threads (most commented posts). It can be added to your site via widget, template tag, or shortcode.…


Show off Your Facebook Page Like Count

Last week a client came to us with a request to feature the number of Facebook fans prominently on their site. We whipped up a simple WordPress plugin that pulls in the like count of a Facebook page…it can be added to a post or page via shortcode or directly into your theme using a template tag.…


William Geddes – A Responsive WordPress Photography Site

This morning we launched a new site for New York based photographer William Geddes. Teaming up with the folks from MSLK, Presshive took William’s old flash site and re-built it from the ground up using WordPress. William stressed the importance of having his work accessible to his users so we developed a responsive WordPress theme that would look amazing on mobile and tablet devices.…


Google Custom Search API & WordPress Popular Search Terms

So you’ve integrated the Google Custom Search API into your site and now you want to show your users some of the most commonly searched terms on the site. There are a few WordPress plugins out there, such as Search Meter, that do a fantastic job of allowing you to display Recent Search Terms and/or Most Popular Search Terms on your site.…


Improving WordPress Search with the Google Custom Search API

Let’s face it, the default WordPress search leaves a lot to be desired. Results are listed by date rather than relevancy and it doesn’t return any results or suggestions when words/phrases are misspelled. So what are some of the options out there if you want to improve the quality of search results returned by your WordPress powered site?…


WordPress Custom Menu Limit Fix

I recently ran into an issue where custom WordPress menus were not being saved after reaching a specific number of menu items. In my particular case, 95 items was the magic number…anything added beyond that was not being saved.


The New Presshive!

It;s been about 3 years since I wrote my first post and began building out a portfolio site that could showcase how truly awesome we were. After about a dozen design directions, 2 domain/branding changes, and countless revisions…I’m thrilled to announce the launch of!…


How to specify a Facebook thumbnail when sharing a post

Need: The ability to control the thumbnail to be used when sharing a post with Facebook. The Catch: I was trying to share a post with Facebook that had no thumbnail attached to it.…