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Creative Coding

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    Advanced Use of Attachments in WordPress: Creating a 'Featured Image' for a CategoryPng
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    This tutorial is the final part of a four part series in which you'll learn some techniques for working with images in attachments in WordPress which give you advanced options.Read More…
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    Taxonomy Archives: List Posts by Post TypeCreating post type archive to list by term preview
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    If your theme has taxonomy terms registered to multiple post types, it can be helpful to separate out those post types on the taxonomy archive pages. Here's how to do it.Read More…
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    Taxonomy Archives: List Posts by Taxonomy's TermsCreating post type archive to list by term preview
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    Bored of post type archives that list all of your posts in one long list? Here's how to make archives more interesting by splitting them up into taxonomy terms.Read More…
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    Advanced Use of Attachments in WordPress: Creating Custom Queries for AttachmentsAdvanced use of attachments in wordpress 400
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    This tutorial is the second in a four part series in which you'll learn some techniques for working with images in attachments in WordPress which give you advanced options.Read More…
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    Advanced Use of Attachments in WordPress: Assigning Categories and Taxonomy Terms to AttachmentsAdvanced use of attachments in wordpress 400
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    This tutorial is the first in a four part series in which you'll learn some techniques for working with images in attachments in WordPress which give you advanced options. Read More…
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    Using a Custom Post Type to Create a Home Page BannerUsing a custom post type to create a home page banner
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    Sometimes it's useful to have a nice obvious banner on your site's home page—for announcements, snippets that aren't long enough to merit a blog post, or links to new content within the site. But you don't want to be editing your homepage content every time you add a new piece of content, nor do you want to be delving into the code to add content.Read More…
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    Advanced Grunt TechniquesGrunt logo 400
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    In a previous post in this series, I walked you through setting up Grunt in your project. Now that we have everything setup, I would like to talk about a few advanced techniques that you can use with Grunt. Specifically, I'm going to focus on the configuration of your existing tasks and how to create custom tasks.Read More…
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    Using the Included Password Strength Meter Script in WordPressPassword meter 400
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    WordPress uses a pretty nifty password strength script that is used to display whether the passwords you entered in the WordPress admin are: not the same, very weak, weak, medium or strong. Currently this script is only used when creating creating new users and when changing your password in your admin. In this article, I will be teaching you on how to use the WordPress' password strength meter in your own forms.Read More…
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    Using WordPress for Web Application Development: A ReviewApplication foundation 400
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    Over the past few months, we've been taking a look at all of the features and aspects that make WordPress a potential foundation for application development. In fact, we've spent roughly 15 articles talking about all that WordPress offers. And though we'll be reviewing each of the points in this email, perhaps the biggest thing to take away that building web applications using WordPress is different than using many of the popular frameworks that are currently available namely because WordPress isn't a framework.Read More…
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    Setting Up Grunt For Your Next ProjectGrunt logo 400
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    In the first post in this series I gave a quick overview of Grunt and in the next post I'm going to walk you through the necessary steps as to how using Grunt can improve your WordPress development skills. Specifically, we'll talk in-depth about the necessary files like package.json and Gruntfile.js, but for now we are going to create a few sample files so that you can run Grunt with your WordPress theme or plugin project.Read More…
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    An Introduction To GruntGrunt logo 400
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    Today, most front end web developers spend a lot of time with technologies like Sass, LESS, HTML and JavaScript. The last couple of years have been an exciting time in web development and technologies like Grunt have contributed to said excitement. In this series, I plan on introducing you to Grunt and to talk about how it can improve our development of WordPress themes and plugins. We'll also work to setup Grunt to prepare it for use in your next project. Finally, we'll take a look at the command line tools, as well.Read More…
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    Using WordPress for Web Application Development: Custom Database QueriesApplication foundation 400
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    Throughout this series, we've been looking at the various facilities that make it possible to treat WordPress as a foundation for web application development. Thus far, we've covered a lot of ground: We've talked about how WordPress is more of a foundation rather than a framework. We've discussed the nature of the the Event-Driven Design Pattern. There's been a discussion of Email, User Management, Saving Data, Retrieving Data ...and more. In the most recent articles, we've been talking a look at how to handle queries against the WordPress database through the use of WP_Query and WP_User_Query.Read More…
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