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This year bloggers have been widely discussing the shocking news : Google stopped supporting RSS which in consequence has almost destroyed one of its widely used services – Google Reader. Numerous websites considered it to be the end of RSS and started looking for alternatives. However, in contrast to Google, which have ceased investing into support of RSS format, lots of users still choose to work with it, so we all can be absolutely sure that there is still no end in sight for the use of RSS. In the process of installation WordPress sites create RSS feeds, which might be used as […] Read More

Preface We have received much positive feedback on a tutorial “How To create a WordPress Theme: The Ultimate WordPress Theme Tutorial” by Ian Stewart. Now we are glad to announce a second edition of the tutorial that you all have appreciated so much. Similarly to the first version, you will receive a new lesson every day. In order to find out what is added to the new addition, have a look at the points below. Introduction In this new edition all the topics are divided into 16 individual lessons. They will teach you how to create a state-of-the-art WordPress Theme from the […] Read More

This is an add-on for the Advanced Custom Fields WordPress plugin, that allows you to add a jQuery Range Slider field type. jQuery UI Slider Advanced Custom Fields is the perfect solution for any wordpress website which needs more flexible data like other Content Management Systems. Download: ACF: Range Field Read More

WordPress plugins have become a common term and are a widely used software support today. This is because the internet has grown to be big and a lot of people are looking at online stores for shopping purposes. This is why many people are having their own eShops so that they can make money online. To do this perfectly they need plugins that are easily available for WordPress websites. To help you in this regard and select the right plugin given below is a list of fourpromising WordPress ecommerce plugins. WP e-Commerce http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-e-commerce/ WP e-commerce is a well celebrated name in the […] Read More

Tips From WordPress Pros

March 24th, 2013

Below are some tips from WordPress pros from across the community. Many of the tips cover development, but there’s also advice on business, running your website and, of course, getting involved with the community. Tips For Developers USE EVERYTHING WORDPRESS HAS TO OFFER WordPress’ core can do a lot for you, without you having to write a bunch of code. WordPress is much more powerful when you make use of its APIs and built-in functionality. “If you use WordPress as your framework,” says Trent Lapinski, “it will enable you to focus on developing an innovative plugin or theme.” Read Full Article: http://wp.smashingmagazine.com/2013/03/20/practical-tips-top-wordpress-pros/ Read More

WordPress Meetup Groups

February 2nd, 2013

WordPress Meetup Groups Meet other local fans of WordPress, the Internet’s classiest and fastest dynamic content management system. Gather and discuss the best ways to work with your software. http://wordpress.meetup.com WordCamp WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users like you. Everyone from casual users to core developers participate, share ideas, and get to know each other. http://central.wordcamp.org Read More

Using WP_Query In WordPress

January 16th, 2013

If you’ve been around WordPress for a while, you’ll know how difficult it used to be to create lists of posts based on complex criteria while also conforming to WordPress’ standards. Over the course of a few years, the platform has come a long way. By using the power of the WP_Query class, we can lists posts in any way we want. What Is WP_Query? The WP_Query class is one of the most important parts of the WordPress codebase. Among other things, it determines the query you need on any given page and pulls posts accordingly. It also saves a lot of […] Read More

First, let’s set a few things straight: becoming a top WordPress [developer professional] is hard work — very hard work. It’s going to take a lot of time, energy and determination. If you’re looking for an easy checklist or some “fast pass” to the top, you’re going to waste your time. Being one of the best is hard, and statistically speaking, the odds are stacked against you. In this article, I’m going to take a look at how you can be a top WordPress professional — this advice could apply to developers, but equally to bloggers, support reps, designers and everyone in […] Read More

WordPress is one of the most deployed content management systems around. One of the main reasons is the number of plugins available and the ease with which we can use the system. It is not uncommon to find websites using tens of plugins to accomplish various tasks and functions. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could share your site content with other websites! You may have a need to share advertisements, product information or, if you are a designer, your photo gallery. Whatever the reason, this article will show you a way to create an embeddable content plugin to share your WordPress […] Read More

If you’re using Twitter, you maybe want to display your latest tweets on your blog. You can use a plugin for that, or you can use this code to display your tweets without using any plugin. Read More

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