Doyin highlights five great features of the Jetpack plugin for WordPress that you may not know about, including how to enable, configure, and use them.
In this article/tutorial, Agbonghama Collins covers how to display custom data retrieved from the database in tabular format using the WP_List_Table class.
In this article, Charles Costa provides a summary of the top plugins in use by the top 500K sites using WordPress, broken down by category.
In this article we show you how to easily build your own Most Commented On Posts plugin. This is a great way of showcasing your most popular content.
In this article, Narayan Prusty demonstrates and shows you how you can easily build your own social sharing plugin for WordPress from scratch.
This tutorial walks you through the steps for creating an awesome WordPress.org page for your plugin, essential to help users discover your work.
In this article, we introduce disposable email addresses (DEAs) and create a plugin using the HTTP API that prevents users from using them on your own site.
In this article we walk you through integrating a CAPTCHA with the WordPress comment system, using the WordPress HTTP API as you develop your own plugin.
In this tutorial, we will walk you through writing a plugin that will integrate CAPTCHA (Google's reCAPTCHA) to the default WordPress registration form.
This tutorial shows you how to write a plugin that integrates a CAPTCHA with the WordPress login system using the HTTP API and Google's reCAPTCHA.
In this tutorial we show you how to consume APIs in WordPress using the HTTP API. As an example we build a simple domain WHOIS and social data widget.
Learn how to create a tabbed WordPress login and registration widget so you can have a feature rich registration page on your WordPress powered sites.