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  • Lectures
    WordPress Coding on Your iPadWordpress ipad
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    With the imminent announcement of the iPad 3, there's little doubt that we've entered the Post-PC age. These devices are often touted as being more about the consumption of media than its creation, but as they become more and more powerful, even this line is becoming blurred. Let's review the viability of coding for WordPress on an iPad.Read More…
  • Creative Coding
    YouTube and Vimeo Video Gallery With WordPressPreview
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    In this tutorial we will integrate a YouTube and Vimeo embedded player on to a page on a WordPress web site, without needing to hit the API docs ( which are YouTube API and Vimeo API, if you're interested ). By using the tools available to us in WordPress with a little bit of PHP, we can make a gallery that overcomes the problem of content aggregation.Read More…
  • Theme Development
    Quick Tip: Writing Simple Modular CodeThumbnail
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    In my last article, we learned a new way to use Bitly URLs in WordPress. In most of these cases we usually edit our functions.php file. Today we'll learn a new method for how we can keep our functions.php file nice and clean by using a modular approach.Read More…
  • Theme Development
    The Complete Guide To The WordPress Settings API, Part 2: Sections, Fields, and SettingsSettings api part 2
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    When it comes to developing WordPress Themes and Plugins, there are a number of different ways developers are creating their menus, options, and validation functionality. The thing is, there's really only one way to properly do this within WordPress: the Settings API.Read More…
  • Creative Coding
    Bringing the Membership Process to the Front of Your SitePreview
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    WordPress ships with the ability to add users, either manually or via registration. This includes the ability to assign various roles and capabilities. But more often than not you don't want users to be exposed to the WordPress backend. In this tutorial I'll show you how to create a custom registration form on the front of your site as well as a custom profile form. Users will also receive custom emails with each step of the registration process. Please note, this tutorial won't be covering membership payments.Read More…
  • Hosting
    Activating Ludicrous Speed: Combine CloudFlare With a CDN on Your BlogPreview
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    If you're trying to speed up your blog, you've probably used techniques such as optimizing your images, getting rid of unnecessary plugins and scripts, and minifying your CSS and JavaScript. However, optimizing the content on your local server can only go so far. The next step in the blog speed game is taking advantage of Content Delivery Networks (CDNs).Read More…
  • Creative Coding
    Quick Tip: Create A WordPress Global Options PageWordpress global options
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    WordPress is a great platform to build customized websites in a very efficient way. WordPress manages all this magic in only 11 database tables. wp_options is one of the tables and it acts as the mind of a WordPress powered website.Read More…
  • Theme Development
    Create a Quicksand Portfolio With WordPressThumbnail
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    Today, you will change your simple portfolio into something amazing with the magic of Quicksand by Razorjack.Read More…
  • Theme Development
    Convert Your WordPress Theme to HTML5Logo
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    HTML5 introduces a great set of new features and easy options. Soon it will have the full support of most browsers in use today. Eventually everyone will have to convert WordPress themes from XHTML to HTML5. After Google's Panda Update, your site needs clearer and more human-readable code to rank better on Google. I will teach you how to convert your theme from XHTML to HTML5. We will also take care of the 2% of internet users with JavaScript disabled (for backward compatibility).Read More…
  • Theme Development
    How to Create a Simple Post Rating System With WordPress and jQueryThumbnail
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    There already are many post rating system plugins out there. Surprisingly, no one fits my needs, they either are too complicated or with too many built-in options. So, in this tutorial, you'll learn how to build your own simple post rating functionality, directly within your theme files. There's no need for plugin!Read More…
  • Hosting
    Using wp-cli for Fun and ProfitPreview image
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    See how you can perform common WordPress tasks faster or even automate them by using the power of bash.Read More…
  • Creative Coding
    Setting Active Navigation Elements When WordPress Doesn'tNav article thumb
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    WordPress does an excellent job highlighting current standard posts, pages or taxonomies when you include them in a navigation menu. But when you create a custom post or custom taxonomy everything goes wrong and the navigation stops highlighting the current page. Fortunately there is a workaround, you can manually specify which menu element highlights when you are showing custom content.Read More…
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