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    The Beginner’s Guide to WordPress Taxonomies: A Custom PluginTaxonomies 1
    The only thing we've yet to do is actually put together a plugin that demonstrates how to use the API to implement our own custom taxonomies. So in this post, we're going to do exactly that. Read More…
  • CMS
    The Top 50 Code Posts of 20142014
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    Though Tuts+ consists are more of just our Code category, here are the top 50 posts of 2014 that ran on Tuts+ Code.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Get a Fast Start with the Mailgun Plugin for WordPressMailgun email
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    When you self-host WordPress, getting a contact form running can be one of the more confusing tasks. The contact form in your theme usually isn't the problem - it's configuring the outbound mail server. I highly discourage people from running a mail server on their own. There are many reasons not to do so, especially performance and security. Luckily, there's an easy solution - the free Mailgun Plugin for WordPress.Read More…
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    Fifty Actions of WordPress – 50 Examples (31 to 40)Fifty actions of wordpress preview
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    If you're just joining us, we're currently working through 50 (of the many) actions that are available in WordPress. In the last post, we covered 21 - 30 so we'll keep the pace going with another set in this post. If you haven't already, I recommend going back and reading the introduction and then reading through the following post so that you're brought up to speed with everything that we've covered thus far.Read More…
  • WooCommerce
    Customize the Behavior of the WooCommerce Sale-FlashFeatured
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    In this tutorial, we're going to take a look at how we can customize and improve the WooCommerce sale-flash display to show the effective discount percentage and to change the color of the label based on said percentage.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Fifty Actions of WordPress – 50 Examples (21 to 30)Fifty actions of wordpress preview
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    In this series, we're taking a look at WordPress actions: a type of hook that the application offers that allows us to customize execution. In the last article, we looked at the second set of 10 actions bringing us up to 20 that we've covered thus far. In keeping with the spirit of the previous articles, we're going to take a look at another 10 actions along with examples of each. Read More…
  • WordPress
    Adding Action Hooks to Your WordPress Theme FrameworkBuild your own theme framework preview image
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    The advantage of creating action hooks in your framework is that any content you attach to them can easily be overwritten by functions in a child theme or by plugins. This saves you creating duplicate template files in your child themes and gives you more flexibility. In this tutorial you'll add some action hooks to your template files, which you'll then attach functions to in the next tutorial. After that, you'll add some filter hooks.Read More…
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    Fifty Actions of WordPress – 50 Examples (11 to 20)Fifty actions of wordpress preview
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    In the previous part of this series, we started going through 50 WordPress actions, selected among hundreds and we started by reviewing 10 of them. In this tutorial, we're going to see another batch and do examples with each.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating the Starting Files for Your WordPress Theme FrameworkBuild your own theme framework preview image
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    In this tutorial you'll take a basic theme and edit the template files so they're ready for hooks and functions to be added to them for your framework. The purpose of this tutorial is to tidy up the theme so that code isn't duplicated, which means you'll be creating include files for the loop. This means you won't have to create duplicate loops in your child themes when you create new template files, and if you need to edit the loop you only have to do it once.Read More…
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    Fifty Actions of WordPress – 50 Examples (1 to 10)Fifty actions of wordpress preview
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    The previous part of our series was the "introduction" to the world of WordPress actions. In this tutorial, we're going to start reviewing 50 selected actions by explaining what they do and see an example for each action.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Export Your Gravity Forms Submissions to a Google Spreadsheet with ZapierGravity forms plus zapier
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    Anyone who has read my tutorials knows that I'm a big fan of Gravity Forms. I don't often promote paid plugins because there are just so many good free plugins out there, but when it comes to forms, there is just no easier, more flexible way to create the exact form you need than with Gravity Forms. Because I use Gravity Forms on almost all the sites I create, I use the developer's version, which has some really important features. In order to integrate your Gravity Forms with Zapier, the $199 Developer License version is required with the Advanced Add-Ons. Read More…
  • WordPress
    Configuring Product Settings in WooCommerceGetting started with woocommerce preview
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    Before you can add products to your WooCommerce store, you'll need to configure your product settings. In this post, we look at exactly how to do this.Read More…
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