The Practical Guide to Multiple Relationships Between Posts in WordPress

With the introduction the custom post type feature, WordPress has made a very important move from just a blogging solution (very powerful but limited with it’s concept) to full-fledged CMS system. All 3.x releases more or less are evolving steps in the same direction. But some quite common tasks that we’re expecting from CMS are […]

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70 of the Best Free and Premium WordPress Themes from May 2012

One of the biggest benefits of the amazing size of the WordPress community is the quantity and quality of resources that are available. Every month more themes and plugins are available to WordPress users. While custom designs are preferred by most website owners and bloggers, the low price of premium themes (and of course, free […]

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Custom Functionality Plugin for WordPress – Pros and Cons

The evolution of WordPress creates a lot of opportunities for developers to make really unique sites and apps. But with uniqueness a problem arises – you have to organise your code wisely and in a future-proof fashion. In the following article we are going to discuss the wide-spread practice of storing all custom code in […]

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Everything About WP Auto-Save and Post Revision

WordPress as a Content Management System has incorporated multiple features in the recent past in order to please webmasters. Although most of these features have received critical appreciation, at the end of the day it is the general user who ends up grumbling at some of them because they seem to take control of their […]

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21 Beautiful and Customizable Themes from WooThemes

WooThemes design and produce some of the most professional and flexible WordPress themes available. No matter what type of blog or site you have or are planning, there will be a theme to suit your needs – which is quite amazing as they only offer 90 themes, but the functionality, flexibility and customizability of each […]

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10 Tips for a Deeply Customised WordPress Admin Area

Client-oriented WordPress development often requires the customisation of the default admin area. In many cases this customisation is ended with altering of the branding. Undoubtedly, branding is important, but it is not sufficient for satisfactory user-experience and everyday comfortable usage. The WordPress admin area inherits a lot of things from the blogging concept, that was […]

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How to Create Security for Your Own WordPress Plugin

One of the benefits of WordPress is its flexibility and the ease with which you can modify it. The open source environment offers many opportunities for new or experienced developers to create solutions to issues and invent creative fixes for common problems. However, it also creates easy opportunities for people to look for security holes […]

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5 Code Snippets for Interacting with WordPress Post Content Effectively

Amid content management systems, there is no software solution more popular than WordPress. The software is currently in use by more users than any of its competitors, including the popular Joomla and Drupal alternatives. More than 36 million websites currently use the software to manage their content, and WordPress is responsible for powering and organizing […]

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How to Make WordPress Easier for Your Clients

For those readers who aren’t sure exactly what WordPress is and what it does, here is a brief rundown: WordPress is a free, open-source PHP and MySQL-based content management system that is used mainly as a blogging tool. It is feature-rich and highly customizable, which is why we are beginning to see it used in […]

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