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    The Curious Case of Specialty ThemesSpecialty themes thumb
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    Sometimes, a theme and a bunch of plugins won't work for our project. Sometimes, we need a complete system with a decent design and solid functionality. In those situations, that's exactly when specialty themes come into play.Read More…
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    Displaying Your WordPress Widget on the SiteWordpress widgets preview
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    Now that you've coded your widget's form, you need to display its output on the site. Here's how.Read More…
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    Building the Form for Your WordPress WidgetWordpress widgets preview
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    Continue building your first WordPress widget by creating the form to help users interact with your widget on the Widgets dashboard screen. Read More…
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    RWD: Not Just About Design - WordPress Can HelpRwd
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    As web developers, almost every client we work with expects their site to have a mobile version of his or her website. And with the increasing number of variations of screen sizes and resolutions, it will be impossible or at least impractical to come up with a website for every device and screen resolution that exists. In the first part of this series, we will start on a basic level by first defining what responsive web design is, why it is important, and some brief considerations one has to make when brainstorming a responsive WordPress website.Read More…
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    Constructing Your WordPress WidgetWordpress widgets preview
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    Continue creating your first WordPress widget by learning how to code the constructor function for it. Read More…
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    Coding and Registering Your WordPress WidgetWordpress widgets preview
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    Start to develop your WordPress widget by creating a class to create it and registering it with WordPress.Read More…
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    Adding Functions to Your WordPress Theme FrameworkBuild your own theme framework preview image
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    In the last part of this series, you added some action hooks to your theme framework. In this tutorial you'll write some functions which you activate via those hooks. In this tutorial I'll show you how to add widget areas to three of those and a custom function to the last one.Read More…
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    Fifty Actions of WordPress – Series FinaleFifty actions of wordpress preview
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    Welcome to the series finale of "Fifty Actions of WordPress!" Over the last few weeks, we've been looking at WordPress actions - what they are, how to use them, and 50 of those that exist along with examples of how to put them to work for us. In this last part, we're going to review what we learned and summarize all the 50 actions with a couple of words for each one.Read More…
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    Introduction to Creating Your First WordPress WidgetWordpress widgets preview
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    Widgets allow you or anyone using your site, theme or plugin to place content into the sidebar or any other widget area without having to write code. In this five part series I'll show you how to create a widget.Read More…
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    Fifty Actions of WordPress – 50 Examples (41 to 50)Fifty actions of wordpress preview
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    If you've been following with us through this series, then you know we're in the homestretch in looking at our 50 actions of WordPress. For those who are just joining us, I urge you to check out the previous article (as this picks up right where it left off) as well as the articles linked from each one prior. That will bring you up to speed with where we're headed now.Read More…
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    The Beginner’s Guide to WordPress Taxonomies: A Custom PluginTaxonomies 1
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    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…
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    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…
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