• WordPress
    Quick Tip: Your Own Video ShortcodePreview your own video shortcode
    You probably use a video embedding plugin or you just use the embed codes of video sites. But there's a third, easier way to embed videos in your WordPress site: a simple (but useful) video shortcode.Read More…
  • Creative Coding
    Writing Custom Queries in WordPressIntro
    With custom queries you can make any data reading and/or manipulation you want. Instantly a world of new possibilities open up.Read More…
  • Widgets
    Facebook Like Box Widget for WordPressFacebook like box 200x200
    If your website has a Facebook page then it's a good idea to promote this to your readers by displaying a Facebook like box on the sidebar of the blog. In this tutorial we are going to create a WordPress widget which displays your Facebook like box. With this WordPress widget you will have the option to display the box header, show your latest fans and show your latest Facebook stream.Read More…
  • Creative Coding
    The Rewrite API: Post Types & TaxonomiesPreview
    This is part two of a series looking at WordPress' Rewrite API. In part one we took a whistle stop tour of the basics of WordPress' Rewrite API. In this tutorial we will look at the rewrite settings available to us when registering a post type or taxonomy. While custom post types and taxonomies (unlike the default posts, categories and tags) don't benefit from any Settings -> Permalink interface, setting up rewrites for custom types is still fairly straightforward. We'll also be using the methods introduced in part one, so if you haven't already I recommend you read WordPress' Rewrite API Part One: The Basics.Read More…
  • Creative Coding
    The Rewrite API: The BasicsPreview
    This is part one of a two part series looking at WordPress' Rewrite API. In this tutorial we look at how rewrites work and the basic methods available to create custom rewrite rules.Read More…
  • Creative Coding
    XML-RPC in WordPressPreview
    XML-RPC is a protocol for remote procedure calls which uses XML for the data exchange and it mostly uses HTTP for the actual call. In XML-RPC the client that wants to make a call to a remote method creates the input parameters in the form of XML and sends it via an HTTP request to a remote server implementing the XML-RPC protocol. The remote server implementing the XML-RPC protocol gets the request and then performs the remote method and returns the result back in XML format. In this article we are going to see how to call methods on your WordPress installation using XML-RPC.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Quick Tip: Add Custom Columns in WordPress Manage ScreensCover
    This quick tip explains how to add a Custom Column in the Manage Screens of your WordPress blog.Read More…
  • Hosting
    Instant WordPress Development With WAMPRequired
    Speed up WordPress development by combining WordPress with WAMP. This tutorial will show you how to add a direct WordPress install of the latest version from within the WampServer. This will cut down on development time as well as supply you with a new fresh version of WordPress and a database all in one shot. The WordPress script was created by "Ohad Raz from Bainternet", if you have a chance you should check out all of the plugins and scripts that he has written for WordPress. Just to list a few, Options panel, Shortcodes UI, Simple QR codes and of course the Simple WordPress Auto Installer.Read More…
  • Creative Coding
    How to Create an RSS Syndicator Site Using WordPressTutorial
    In this tutorial, I will share on how to create a syndicator, or ping site, using WordPress functionality. This function can be useful for owners who want to create an article directory which will allow their users to submit articles to their website using RSS. To give some overview on how such a site may look, I've setup a Demo RSS Site for this tutorial. Now let's begin.Read More…
  • Creative Coding
    Use WordPress to Create and Archive Your Email Newsletter OnlineImport url200x200
    This tutorial will show you an easy way to maintain an online version of your archived newsletter, while making it easy to create each email newsletter. The difference is creating an online version of your newsletter that you'll use to create each email newsletter; Instead of creating an email newsletter, then having to create the online version. In order to do this you'll need email newsletter software (such as GroupMail or Constant Contact), a WordPress install and the Single Post Template plugin.Read More…
  • Plugins
    Adding Post Series Functionality to WordPress With TaxonomiesThumb
    Ever wrote a "post series" on your blog? If you did, you probably needed to add the links of the other parts of the series into the latest post you wrote. Each time you finished a new part, you had to update the link list of the other parts. There has to be an easier way, right?Read More…
  • Plugins
    Creating a WordPress Network WidgetPreview
    In this tutorial, we are going to create a widget that will display sites from a WordPress Network of sites. This short tutorial will show you how simple it is, to create a widget and use it to navigate to different network sites.Read More…
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