About David Huber

David Huber worked primarily in the radio business in the early 90s and was the News Director of KIXS-KLUB in Texas from 1995-1996. Over the past decade, David has taught English in the United States Embassy in Mexico City and has also been a consultant in various capacities for MasterCard, Kimberly-Clark, AeroMexico, Bristol-Myers Squibb and PepsiCo.

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By now, many of you have already heard of Elegant Theme’s most recent premium download, Divi. The theme has received quite a bit of attention by the ET staff over the past few weeks since its release and recently passed an intense security audit with flying colors. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the latest theme by Elegant Themes, Divi features a unique module dubbed the Divi Builder which allows WordPress website users to create unique layouts in a very short period of time without ever touching a single line of code. By implementing a “building blocks” […]

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The focus on mobile devices such as smart phones and tablet computers has resulted in WordPress becoming highly popular for small screen users worldwide. Recently, the announcement that WordPress for iOS Version 3.9 is now available for download received more than 70 tweets and a total of 26 comments to date. The update marks a major design shift for the software application which so many iOS users have become accustomed to. According to WordPress for iOS official website blogger Sendhil Panchadsaram, the latest release “is one of our largest app releases to date. This update is remarkable both for the […]

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Christmas Day 2013 revealed a major news item for those who have been a fan of the informal gatherings throughout the world that have become known as WordCamps. For the 2014 calendar year, WPML will act as an ongoing “WordCamp Accomplice” sponsor; increasing its participation level in what has quickly evolved into a method for WordPress users across the globe to meet and share ideas. WordCamp Central Coordinator Andrea Middleton announced Tuesday that the WordPress Multilingual Plugin, which makes running a WordPress website in a language other than English a very simplified process, will be at the forefront when it […]

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On Thursday, December 12th, WordPress Co-Founder Matt Mullenweg announced to the world via a post on WordPress.org that WordPress Version 3.8 “Parker” is now available for download. Named in honor of bebop innovator Charlie Parker, the software can be downloaded separately or updated directly from your current WordPress Dashboard. Below is a list of differences WordPress users will notice with the latest release along with a few comments from users worldwide. Appearance The first thing WordPress users will likely notice upon using WordPress 3.8 is that its general appearance has changed more drastically than at any point in 2013. There […]

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With the 2013 calendar year coming to a close, there are two remaining WordCamps slated for the month of December – both on the weekend of December 14th-15th. For the organizers at WordCamp Central, it has been a successful year no matter how you slice it. More events have been held in 2013 than in any other previous year, and attendance has often been at capacity. The two camps that will take place this coming weekend are WordCamp Las Vegas and WordCamp Sevilla. WordCamp Las Vegas 2013 WordCamp Las Vegas will feature spotlight speaker Billie Hillier who is described on […]



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