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Plugins

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    Creating Upcoming Events Plugin in WordPress: Custom Post Type and the DashboardUpcoming events plugin
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    In the previous part of the series, we planned the basic structure and working of our plugin. We also created the basic file structure and downloaded the copy of jQuery UI Datepicker from the official site. Although we have placed the stylesheet in our css folder, we haven’t registered it yet.Read More…
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    Creating Upcoming Events Plugin in WordPress: IntroductionUpcoming events plugin
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    WordPress is now ten years old. What initially started as a blogging platform is now powering roughly twenty out of every hundred websites on the Internet. One of the main reasons for the popularity of WordPress is its ease of use and extendability. Read More…
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    An Introduction To PostbotPostbot img
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    Postbot is the latest invention from Automattic - the company behind WordPress.com. This time, it's a WordPress.com application for photo scheduling. In this quick tip, you'll learn about what it does and how to use it.Read More…
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    Choosing the Right Plugin for Your Next WordPress ProjectPlugin icon 400
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    Ever needed a plugin for your WordPress-based website? Of course! After all, that's how WordPress is extended, isn't it? If you're a beginner to WordPress, or even a power user, then you're likely familiar with the WordPress plugin repository, premium plugins, and so on. The thing is, there are so many plugins available that do many of the same things, it can be difficult to determine which is best suited for your particular needs. This raises the question: What do you do to find the perfect plugin for a particular need? In this post, we're going to see how to find the best plugin for exactly that.Read More…
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    Distributing Your Plugins in GitHub with Automatic UpdatesSensorsthumbnail
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    This article will teach you that, with a little creative coding, you can host your own WordPress plugins in GitHub while still retaining the automatic update feature.Read More…
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    The Beginner’s Guide to WordPress SEO by Yoast: On Page SEOThe beginners guide to wordpress seo by yoast 400
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    In the last tutorial of The Beginner's Guide to WordPress SEO by Yoast we did the final tweaking, after that comes the part of how to use the On Page SEO meta box when writing a post or a page in WordPress. Today we will explore this panel/meta box and will discuss the some generic factors which help in ranking your content well. Let's start with a deeper look towards elements of this post. Read More…
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    Integrating Owl Carousel Into a WordPress Plugin: Preparing Our WorkspaceOwl carousel
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    This is the second part of step-by-step tutorial on plugin development. As you may remember, in previous part we have discussed the concept of the plugin and defined the plan of development process. I you have not read the first part of tutorial, I recommending reading that article prior to moving forward with this tutorial. In this part, we are going to prepare our workspace to make it as easy as easy as possible to continue working on our plugin. We’ll define what we need for work and create the structure of the plugin according to its functionality. In the end you will see your plugin activated in Dashboard. So, let’s start.Read More…
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    Integrating Owl Carousel Into a WordPress Plugin: Planning the PluginOwl carousel
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    In this series of articles, we are going study the step-by-step process of WordPress plugin development. If you're a beginner looking to write your first plugin (that includes both shortcodes as well as widgets), then this series is especially for you. In order to show this process in practice, we will develop a plugin for integration of the Owl Carousel into WordPress.Read More…
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    The Beginner’s Guide to WordPress SEO by Yoast: Final TweakingThe beginners guide to wordpress seo by yoast
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    In my previous article, I discussed the social settings of Yoast's WordPress SEO plugin. In this tutorial, you will learn the final steps to configuring the WordPress SEO plugin with the ultimate goal of making it as rock-solid as possible for your blog.Read More…
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    An Introduction to Theming WooCommerce for WordPressWoocommerce
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    WooCommerce is a popular eCommerce platform for WordPress that is being rapidly developed by WooThemes. In this article, I'm going to guide you through the fundamentals of theming for WooCommerce.Read More…
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    Using HighCharts in WP-AdminHighcharts 400
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    Charts are a great way to present data. They make data more digestible by making it visually appealing. In WordPress, there is no built-in method for getting posts and pages data in a graphical form. Although, there are certain plugins available which integrate Google Analytics with WordPress, but they are overkill if you want to get only a portion of that data. Also, nothing should keep you from learning new techniques and to dive straight into the subject is the best way to learn.Read More…
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    The Beginner’s Guide to WordPress SEO by Yoast: Social SettingsThe beginners guide to wordpress seo by yoast 400
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    We discussed very basic configuration of the WordPress SEO plugin by Yoast in part one of this tutorial series. Today, we're going to continue the series, and I intend to demonstrate how to configure the following: Social configuration of Yoast SEO Facebook - Open Graph tags Twitter - Twitter cards Google Plus - Google+ author and Google+ publisher Read More…
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