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  • WordPress
    A Look at WooCommerce Products SettingsWoocommerce
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    Products hold a key position for an online store. In the previous article we learned how to configure the General settings in WooCommerce; today we will look into the various settings for Products.Read More…
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    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: General SettingsWoocommerce
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    In the previous article, we gave an introduction to WooCommerce. Now let’s talk about the General Settings. Being a WordPress-based plugin; its installation is very easy and can be achieved through a few clicks. Read More…
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    Create a License Controlled Plugin and Theme Update System — Part 2: The License Manager APIPreview image
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    In the second part of the three-part tutorial on creating a license controlled plugin and theme update system, you will learn how to create an API on top of your WordPress based license manager server and use it to retrieve product information.Read More…
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    Combining Underscores With Bootstrap to Create a Theme Framework: Introducing BootstrapIntroducing bootstrap 400px
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    Bootstrap is a front-end framework for developing responsive, mobile-first projects on the web. In this tutorial, you'll get an overview of how it works and what advantages it offers.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Beginners Guide to WooCommerce: IntroductionWoocommerce
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    Creating an e-commerce website can be a daunting journey. Imagine if it were nothing more than a matter of few clicks. Thanks to WooCommerce, this is now possible. WooCommerce is a WordPress plugin which helps you create, manage, measure and maintain an online store without any fuss or getting your hands dirty with code (not to mention code nerds can do a lot with its API).Read More…
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    Create a License Controlled Theme and Plugin Update System, Part 1: The License Manager PluginPreview image
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    In this first tutorial in our three part series about creating a license controlled plugin and theme update system for WordPress, you will learn how to create a plugin for managing software products and licenses.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Making Your WordPress Knowledge Base LiveBuilding wordpress knowledgebase preview
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    The final stage of building your knowledge base in WordPress is to make it live. Here I'll take you through issues such as security, access, and hosting, so you can launch your site in the most appropriate way.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Hosting a WordPress Website on Google App EnginePreview%20image
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    A simple guide on how to set up Google App Engine for your WordPress installation. By using the powerful infrastructure of Google, you can now speed up your WordPress website to blazing fast speeds. Websites like Khan Academy, Rovio and Snapchat are a few examples. Read More…
  • Twitter API
    Import and Archive Your Tweets With WordPressPreview
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    Install a specialized Twitter archive theme for WordPress and its accompanying plugin; benefit from search engine traffic to your tweets.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Dynamically Adding Four Footer Widget AreasDynamic wordpress footer areas preview
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    It's great to have plenty of widget areas in your theme's footer, but what if you want them to automatically resize based on how many of them you add widgets to? In this tutorial I'll show you how to use CSS to do so.Read More…
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    Creating Your WordPress Knowledge Base's Front EndBuilding wordpress knowledgebase preview
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    If you've been following this series, you'll have the structure of your knowledge base in place. In this tutorial I'll show you how to create your front end using functions for custom navigation.Read More…
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    Writing Documentation for Your WordPress Theme FrameworkBuild your own theme framework preview image
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    Even if you're the only person who'll be using your theme framework, creating some form of documentation will make your life much easier in the long run. Here are some tips for creating docs that work for you and your users.Read More…
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