The Autopsy Of WordPress As CMS With 25 Great WP Plugins & Designs

WordPress clearly needs no introduction for web devotees like us. Starting out from just a humble blogging platform in 2003, it has grown exponentially into a popular platform not only being used extensively by bloggers but designers and developers as well. WordPress have since then become the rice bowl for many Netizens. Whether it’s through […]

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18 Unique Uses of WordPress and the Plugin or Theme Used

Everyone knows that WordPress has been a popular and powerful open source blogging platform. Many people have been using WordPress because of its simplicity and user friendly blogging tool and even as a content management system (CMS). When extending WordPress functionality for your existing site, you can find dozen of plugins that can help you […]

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13 Useful WordPress SQL Queries You Wish You Knew Earlier

WordPress is driven by a MySQL database. This is something active WordPress users would know. However, if you only just read about it here from us, here’s what you should know. MySQL is a free relational database management system available in most web hosting services. All of the WordPress data like the posts, comments, categories, […]

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Practical Uses for the Post-Thumbnail Function in WordPress 2.9

We are all used to seeing an image below blog posts titles, be it on blog homepages or on individual posts. However, until recently, adding these images was not as straightforward. Before the ability to register post thumbnails in themes was introduced in WordPress 2.9, WordPress theme developers were forced to use the post metadata […]

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A Detailed Look Into WordPress Database Optimization

It is a known fact that WordPress is powered by PHP and depends on MySQL database; in fact, all the content, including the website settings, are stored in it. When your WordPress site is visited, the web server will query the database to retrieve all the necessary information to display; a typical operation for most […]

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A Complete To-Do List & Plugins for WordPress Maintenance

If you own a WordPress site, it will probably be operational 24/7. As time passes, the number of different site operations will cause your WordPress site to slow down. Just like your computer or house, your WordPress site requires scheduled maintenance checks in order to keep it running in its prime condition. Image credit: batega […]

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The Ultimate Guide for An Online Portfolio Using WordPress

Are you a designer, developer, an artist or even a photographer? If yes, then in these modern times, you have to start thinking about building an online portfolio. Or perhaps you already have one? As we all know, nowadays the Internet has been developed and grown far more rapidly than we imagined, including the purpose […]

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8 New Exciting WordPress 3.0 Features

Finally, WordPress 3.0 has been released. Now you can download the latest stable version to test it out on your localhost or development server before upgrade on your live server. This WordPress 3.0 release is packed with tons of exciting features, like custom post type, better menu management, editor style and many more. It also […]

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A Startup Guide to Selling Premium WordPress Themes

The popularity of WordPress and themes are still on the rise, and we can see that selling premium themes seems to be a business model that is not going away anytime soon. With its gain in popularity, many web designers are looking into creating premium themes as either a complete stream of income, or a […]

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WordPress Cheatsheet: What You Need To Know In One Sheet

Today, we are glad to provide free a WordPress Cheat Sheet for WordPress theme designers or developers. It’s created by Paul Maloney a UK based web designer or developer exclusively for Onextrapixel’s readers. He particularly enjoys using and working with WordPress and has a keen interest in typography. To show main source of content: http://www.onextrapixel.com/2010/09/30/wordpress-cheatsheet-what-you-need-to-know-in-one-sheet/

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