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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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    Getting Started With Advanced Custom FieldsGeneric%20preview%20image
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    This tutorial will show you the basics of using Advanced Custom Fields, including creating and displaying fields within your theme. It will also explain many of the options you have available when creating and displaying fields.Read More…
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    Create a Simple CRM in WordPress: Advanced Custom Fields400px
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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 a custom email address field to our Contacts custom post type. We learned how to write and read this custom field data, and implement a nonce to ensure our form submissions are secure. Today, we'll cover how to use Advanced Custom Fields, a popular WordPress Plugin, to quickly generate custom fields.Read More…
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    Using Tynt To Extend Copy and Paste On WordPress SitesPreview 2
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    Tynt's SiteCTRL tracks and extends copy and paste activities occurring on your WordPress site, allowing you to expand your branding and increase reverse linking.Read More…
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    Create a Simple CRM in WordPress: Creating Custom Fields400px
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    In this series, we've been looking at how to create a simple CRM system in WordPress.  In the first part of this series, we created a WordPress Plugin that registered a 'Contacts' Custom Post Type, but we've yet to cover how to store additional information for a Contact.Read More…
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    How to Restore Your WordPress Website With CodeGuardPreview
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    Now that you've learned how to use CodeGuard to back up your WordPress site, I'll guide you through the restore process and its various options.Read More…
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    Display the Most Recent Post in Each CategoryTutsplus most recent post in each category preview
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    Instead of displaying your most recent posts in date order, sometimes it's more helpful to your readers to show the most recent post in each category on your site or blog. In this tutorial I'll show you how to do that on your blog page, ensuring that posts don't get duplicated if they're in multiple categories. I'll also show you how to adapt this technique to taxonomy terms.Read More…
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    A Simple Guide to the WordPress Quicktags APIQuicktags featured image
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    As of version 4.0, there are 18 built-in APIs in WordPress, and one of them is the Quicktags API. In this tutorial, we're going to learn what the Quicktags API is and how to use it.Read More…
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    Create A Simple CRM in WordPress: Creating a Custom Post TypeCrm part 1 400
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    In this series, we're going to be building a simple CRM system in WordPress to store and track prospective clients. Read More…
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    An 8-Step Checklist for Publishing a WordPress Theme on ThemeForest: Part 2Publishing on themeforest thumb
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    In this two-part series, we're looking at a checklist for creating WordPress themes that can be published and sold on ThemeForest. Part 2 continues where the first part left off, with four more checklist items to ensure your theme is rock-solid and ready for approval.Read More…
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