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Tim Smith, Mar 02

Admin Menus in WordPress

Existing code in WordPress' administration system manages things like adding and removing menu items, but it's worth learning more about how the code works if you're planning on writing your own plugin. This article will teach you how the admin menus are structured and show you how to insert your own entries correctly.
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David Pankhurst, Feb 29

Does WordPress Ping Pages, Or Just Posts?

You've created a massive site using WordPress - but all in pages, not posts. Should you be worried for your continued SEO happiness?
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Sarah Hawk, Feb 27

Talk WordPress With The Experts

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Tim Smith, Feb 17

WordPress Plugin Development

If you've ever used WordPress to build a site quickly, chances are you've used one of the many plugins that are offered to extend the functionality of this popular blogging software. There are times however when you can't quite find what you need from existing plugins. This article will show you how to create your own WordPress plugins.
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Feb 13

Define Your Own WordPress Widgets

Widgets are small pieces of content that can be placed in one of the widgetized regions of your WordPress theme. Raj Sekharan walks you through setting up both a static and a dynamic widget.
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Jan 25

Managing Multiple Sites with WordPress Network

Managing and updating software for multiple WordPress sites can be a real hassle. Daniel Shamburger finds WordPress Network makes it much easier.
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Jan 11

How to Customize the WordPress 3.3 Toolbar

Craig reveals how you can add and remove menu items from the new WordPress 3.3 toolbar.
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Tara Hornor, Dec 18

DesignFestival: WordPress Plugins for Graphic Designers and Photographers

If you are a freelance graphic designer or photographer, then you need a way to show off your work. WordPress is hands down one of the best ways to manage your own website. You can easily update content in minutes and the high degree of customization means you can make your WordPress site look exactly the way you want it. We broke down the three main plugin categories into gallery plugins, share/bookmark plugins, and social media plugins
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Dec 15

How to Create Nested Shortcodes in WordPress

Craig's latest WordPress tutorial delves further into shortcode development and explains how you can nest one inside another.
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Craig Buckler, Dec 13

What's New in WordPress 3.3

Craig looks at the new features in WordPress 3.3 - the web's most widely-used Content Management System.
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Dec 09

PHPMaster: A Tour of PHP.INI

Anyone who has a server using PHP has undoubtedly heard of php.ini – it’s the configuration file used to control and customize PHP’s run-time behavior. It provides a simple way to configure settings for such things as: Upload Directories Log Errors Maximum Script execution time File Upload limit … and so much more. php.ini is the first file PHP looks for when starting up, because of the importance of the configuration directives it sets. However if you make changes to your php.ini , it will requires a server reboot before the changes take effect
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Dec 07

PHPMaster: A Tour of PHP.INI

Anyone who has a server using PHP has undoubtedly heard of php.ini – it’s the configuration file used to control and customize PHP’s run-time behavior. It provides a simple way to configure settings for such things as: Upload Directories Log Errors Maximum Script execution time File Upload limit … and so much more. php.ini is the first file PHP looks for when starting up because of the importance of the configuration directives it sets.
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Nov 16

Make WordPress Work for You

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Louis Simoneau, Oct 21

SitePoint Podcast #135: Wordpress Anthology with Raena Jackson-Armitage and Mick Olinik

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Rakhitha Nimesh, Sep 01

BuildMobile: The Future of WebOS

Not very long ago when we were planning the launch of our humble magazine BuildMobile, which you are reading right now, the content strategy included coverage of the nebulous WebOS mobile operating system. Come launch time, there wasn’t enough traction to include it in our platform categories, but we were hopeful for the future. WebOS in 60 Seconds WebOS is a mobile operating system based on the Linux Kernal Initially developed by Palm and first released in January 2009 Acquired by Hewlett-Packard in April 2010 for US$1.2b WebOS uses a “card” UI with a left-to-right flick for app swithcing, flick up for “off” The WebOS broswer, called simply “Web” is based on the WebKit layout engine WebOS “Synergy” feature integrates information from many cloud services into a single list Devices include the Pre , the Pixi and the Veer phones, then the HP TouchPad HP announced in March 2011 that WebOS would run within Windows by the end of 2011 On 18th August 2011 HP announced it would discontinue operations for WebOS devices Potentially even more HP TouchPads will be made and sold at a loss Web Standards based Native Apps A feature that was full of promise, and partly responsible for the underdog adoration WebOS attracted from developers worldwide, is that web technologies like HTML, CSS and Javascript are first class tools for developing native apps for the platform, with full access to hardware APIs like the camera.
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Aug 19

WordPress: State of the Word

Just a few hours ago, Matt Mullenweg, the founder of WordPress, released his State of the Word address.
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Aug 10

How to Develop a PHP File Include Plugin for WordPress

Craig's latest WordPress tutorial explains how to develop a plugin which allows you to inject PHP code into any post.
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Jul 27

How to Develop a Custom Page Excerpt Plugin for WordPress

Craig's latest tutorial explains how to build a WordPress plugin which allows you to place the title, thumbnail and excerpt from and page or post within any content.
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Rakhitha Nimesh, Jul 19

How to Change Image Attributes in WordPress Posts

Craig's latest WordPress tutorial provides two ways to modify the image tag HTML when a graphic is placed within posted content.