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    Moving WordPress: Using Plugins to Move Your SiteMoving wordpress
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    In this second part of a seven-part series, I'll demonstrate how you can use one of a number of plugins to move your WordPress site.Read More…
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    Create a Simple CRM in WordPress: Extending WordPress Search to Include Custom FieldsCrm part 5
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    We’ve been looking at how to create a simple CRM system in WordPress. In the last part of this series, we added code to our plugin which allowed us to display our Advanced Custom Fields in the WordPress List Table (WP_List_Table), and sort our data alphabetically by those new fields. Today we’ll cover how to extend the search functionality to include the data stored in our Custom Fields.Read More…
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    Mastering WP_Query: An IntroductionMastering wp query featured image
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    WP_Query is a powerful tool you can use to customise the way your WordPress site queries the database. In this introduction to the series I'll give an overview of what it is.Read More…
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    Moving WordPress: Moving Your Site ManuallyMoving wordpress
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    Sometimes the way your WordPress site is set up means you can't migrate it using a plugin. Here I'll show you how to move it manually.Read More…
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    Speeding Up WordPress: Image OptimizationSpeedy wordpress logo
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    In this three-part series, we're working through a number of different strategies we can use in order to speed up our WordPress website. In this final part, we're going to take a look at using image optimization to further enhance the speed of our site.Read More…
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    How to Use Gravity Forms as an eCommerce SolutionEcommerce gravity forms400
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    Learn how you can use Gravity Forms pricing fields to sell a product, tickets, or accept donations.Read More…
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    Moving WordPress: An IntroductionMoving wordpress
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    Moving a WordPress site from one place to another is something that can be daunting the first time you do it. In this introduction to a six-part series on moving WordPress, I'll explain what you need to consider when moving your WordPress installation.Read More…
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    Speed Up WordPress: Using CDNs, Compression, and Minification to Speed Up WordPressSpeedy wordpress logo
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    In the first part of this series, we reviewed caching and database optimization. In this second part, we'll talk about compression, minification, and using a CDN.Read More…
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    Using HHVM With WordPressHhvm
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    Learn how to make your site load blazing fast by installing WordPress with HHVM on a server running on Ubuntu 14.04.Read More…
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    A Guide to Overriding Parent Theme Functions in Your Child ThemeOverridng parent theme functions preview
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    Functions in parent and child themes work in a very different way from template files. Here I'll show you how they interact with each other and how to override parent theme functions in your child theme.Read More…
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    Simple User Reviews With Gravity Forms and a Custom Post TypeTuts submit user content
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    Let your customers create content for you by submitting a form; you decide where and how to display the new content on your site.Read More…
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    Create a Simple CRM in WordPress: Adding Columns to WP_List_Table400px
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    We've been looking at how to create a simple CRM system in WordPress.  In the last part of this series, we used Advanced Custom Fields to add custom fields to our Contacts Custom Post Type. We learned how to use Advanced Custom Field's user interface, and configure it to work programmatically. Today we'll cover how to display the data stored in our custom fields right within our Contacts Table.Read More…
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