Micah Wood

Atlanta WordPress Developer - Micah Wood

Micah is an Atlanta-based WordPress developer who is committed to continuously improving his understanding of WordPress and sharing his insights with the greater WordPress community. He has worked on WordCamp Atlanta 2016 SpeakerWordPress projects for enterprise clients like Coca-Cola, and helped build Great Jake’s Rainmaker law firm CMS. He was also the sole developer and architect for two successful SaaS products, MySmartBlog and CVRite, during the initial product development and launch phases.

Micah is also a co-organizer of the Atlanta WordPress Coder's Guild and an assistant organizer of the WordPress Gwinnett meetup groups. He is an avid WordPress plugin developer and is a frequent speaker at various WordCamps across the southeast. He also occasionally blogs about WordPress and other web development topics.

A martial artist of 20 years, Micah is a black belt in American Karate and has also trained in Kenpo Karate, Modern Arnis, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Micah stays fit by actively training at Helix BJJ and working out at his in-home martial arts studio. When Micah isn't busy working, you can generally find him spending time with his lovely wife Megan, two beautiful daughters Adyson and Chloe, and twin boys Judah and Nathaniel.

Remove Extraneous WordPress Class Names from Nav Menu Markup

Sep 15, 2015

WordPress adds a lot of CSS classes in nav menus. If you are a perfectionist, then here is a good way of cleaning up the sheer number of class names that are generated.

Add Helper Classes to WordPress Navigation Menus

Sep 14, 2015

WordPress automatically outputs a lot of helpful CSS class names for menus. If you use the wp_nav_menu() function to display your menus, as all good themes should do, you don’t have to settle for just the default class names.

Prevent Directory Browsing with .htaccess

Aug 28, 2015

Directory browsing allows visitors to your site to see and browse through the contents of folders on your web site, which can be a security issue.


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