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  • WordPress
    WordPress as a CMS: Part 2Code
    In the last tutorial we whipped up a quick, simple layout in photoshop and now we need to turn that into a static HMTL and CSS page.Read More…
  • WordPress
    WordPress as a CMS: Part 1Code
    When most people think about WordPress, they think about blogs. If you look at the front page of WordPress.org they talk a lot about blogging as well.Read More…
  • Reviews
    WordPress 2.7 Complete: Review200x200
    We're rolling out a new sub-category on Nettuts+: reviews. Sporadically, when a new book or piece of software is released, either myself or one of our writers will write a review detailing the pros and cons. A couple weeks ago, Packt Publishing sent me a copy of the recently released "WordPress 2.7 Complete." Though the platform has already moved on to 2.8, I was still quite pleased with the final product. Read More…
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    WordPress Cheat Sheet200x200
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    WordPress Cheat Sheet200x200
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  • Web Development
    Top 10 Most Usable Content Management Systems200x200
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    There are plenty of options when it comes to picking a content management system for a development project. Depending on how advanced you need the CMS to be, what language it's built in, and who is going to be using it, it can be a nightmare trying to find the "perfect" CMS for a project. However, some CMSs have a slight edge over the rest of the competition because of the usability of the software. Some are just easier to install, use and extend, thanks to some thoughtful planning by the lead developers. Here are 10 of the most usable CMSs on the web to use in your next project.Read More…
  • WordPress
    The Definitive Guide to Securing WordPressCode
    In this Nettuts+ PLUS tutorial, you'll learn how to protect your web site from hackers, spammers, automated software, and bots that run rampant online. Wordpress is by far the most popular self-hosted blogging solution, and for that very reason it's also one of the most targeted for vulnerabilities.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Building a Custom “Search By Category” WordPress PluginCode
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    With an ever increasing amount of content building on your Wordpress site, your users will inevitably need to search your site to find that specific helpful article from way back. To help narrow the search results, I'm going to show you how to code a plugin that allows the user to search based on category.Read More…
  • WordPress
    10 WordPress 2.8 Features To Look Out For200x200
    It's a great achievement for WordPress 2.8 to be released so soon after 2.7. Named 'Baker', 2.8 adds plenty of new features, including syntax highlighting for theme/plugin editing, a theme installer, and a great revamped widgets interface and API. Read More…
  • WordPress
    How to Set Up a Killer WordPress Testing Environment Locally200x200
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    If you're a heavy WordPress developer like me, you might find that you need to create a new installation for each site that requires a strange structure or specific posts, instead of using your uniform local test WordPress installation. Cue WordPress Mu. WordPress Multi User is a platform created by the geniuses at Automattic that is basically a WordPress installation that allows multiple blogs to run using the same software.Read More…
  • WordPress
    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…
  • News
    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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