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    Dissecting the WordPress Text Widget200x200
    In this tutorial, we will take a close look under the hood of the WordPress text widget to uncover the process of creating a widget that can be added to multiple widget locations. Read More…
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    A Crash-Course in WordPress Plugin Development200x200
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    Despite an extensive codex, many WordPress users remain unfamiliar with how to create their own custom plugins. In today's screencast, we'll start from scratch and build our first usable plugin. For this example, we'll write a simple "tuts formatting" function that allows a blog editor to more easily format articles. Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 6Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today we'll tie everything together.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 4Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today, we'll work on the Portfolio itself.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 5Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today, we'll deal with the comments, the search, and the archive.Read More…
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    Social Networking with BuddyPress200x200
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    Automattic, the company behind WordPress, has recently acquired and will be releasing social networking software called BuddyPress. The software, built on top of WordPress, was created by Andy Peatling as way to start your very own social network similar to Facebook. Today, we will take a look at installing BuddyPress.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 2Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today, we're creating our homepage layout.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 3Code
    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features. Today we'll layout our blog posts and style 'single posts' based on category.Read More…
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    WordPress: Beginner to Master, Part 1Code
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    Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we'll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page, multiple styles and support for the new WordPress 2.7 features.Read More…
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    The 13 Most Essential Plugins for WordPressWordpress plugins
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    WordPress is a very powerful and flexible blog/content management system, but the thousands of plugins really help to extend the basic functionality. Here are 13 essential plugins that you should immediately install after finishing the WordPress installation.Read More…
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    Create a Custom WordPress Plugin From ScratchWplugin
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    This tutorial will describe the implementation of a Wordpress plugin starting from scratch. The plugin will connect to an external OSCommerce database and display random products on your Wordpress site. It also implements a configuration page for the Wordpress admin panel.Read More…
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    The Ultimate Guide to Building a Wordpress PluginWordpress
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    When it comes to adding extra functionality to a Wordpress blog, Wordpress users typically go and search for a plugin that might suit their needs. There are often plugins created for basic extended functionality, but what happens when you can't find the perfect plugin for your needs? It might be easier to just create the plugin yourself. Wordpress has an excellent plugin framework that makes extending the core Wordpress functionality quite easy. In fact, making a simple plugin is surprisingly uncomplicated, thanks to the excellent Wordpress documentation and other helpful articles around the web. If you think you'd like to take the plunge into writing a Wordpress plugin, here are some essential resources and tips to guide you on your way. This will carry you from the earliest stages of plugin creation to promoting your newly-created plugin, and everything in between. Read More…
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