Simon Codrington, Sep 07
Object Orientated Development with WordPress
In this tutorial, Simon Codrington takes a look at Object Orientated design and how you can use it in practical applications when developing for WordPress.
Drazen Prastalo, Sep 03
Social Sharing WordPress Plugins Optimized for Mobile
Drazen Prastalo covers some of the best social sharing WordPress plugins you can use to provide an easy sharing experience for desktop and mobile visitors.
Elio Qoshi, Aug 26
5 Beautiful Hotel Themes for WordPress
Elio Qoshi showcases 5 stunning hotel themes for WordPress, that will help narrow down your search when working on your next accommodation website project.
Jérémy Heleine, Aug 24
Building a WordPress Carousel Plugin: Part 2
In part 2 of Building a WordPress Carousel Plugin, Jérémy covers how to properly link a CSS file to a web page within WordPress and style our elements.
Chris Burgess, Aug 19
What's New in WordPress 4.3
Chris Burgess walks you through the latest WordPress 4.3 release. It brings a number of new features that users will be sure to appreciate.
Chris Perry, Aug 18
An Introduction to b2evolution
Chris Perry gives an introduction into b2evolution, covering the history of the project as well as what to expect in the latest version 6.6 release.
Ben Shadle, Aug 13
WP API - Using the WordPress REST API
Ben Shadle explores the WordPress REST API (WP API), looking at extensibility, limitations, installation instructions, use cases and example API requests.
Maria Antonietta Perna, Aug 11
Adding a Stylish Lightbox Effect to the WordPress Gallery
In this article we show you how to integrate the popular jQuery Colorbox plugin by Jack Moore into the native WordPress gallery for a sleek lightbox effect.
Sally Wood, Aug 06
Aesop Story Engine: Write Stories Instead of Code
Aesop Story Engine is a free WordPress plugin comprised of 13 components which provides the ability to build themes specifically for long-form storytelling.
Tim Carr, Aug 05
Mastering Image Optimization in WordPress
Tim Carr explores image optimization and the different ways of optimizing JPEG and PNG images, which are uploaded by clients and site owners into WordPress.
Ezekiel Gabrielse, Aug 03
Introducing Theme Juice for Local WordPress Development
In this article we introduce Theme Juice, a command line utility for modern WordPress development that will help you leave your old MAMP workflow behind.
Tim Carr, Jul 29
Making Your WordPress Plugins Even More Developer Friendly
Tim Carr explores how plugin developers can make their WordPress plugins developer friendly by providing useful and solid developer documentation.
Jacob McMillen, Jul 28
WordPress Email Marketing Plugins vs All-in-one Options
In this article, Jacob McMillen talks about WordPress email marketing plugins and dedicated services, highlighting some of the traps for unsuspecting users.
Jérémy Heleine, Jul 27
How to List Categories in WordPress Using the Categories API
Having previously covering the basics, in this article Jérémy looks at the WordPress Categories API and how we use it to retrieve and display category data.
Firdaus Zahari, Jul 23
The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate Part 3: The Last Steps
The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate is a great starting point for plugin development. In the last part of this series, we add our final touches to our plugin.
Doyin Faith Kasumu, Jul 21
5 Things You May Not Know about Jetpack for WordPress
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.
Sally Wood, Jul 20
Choosing the Right WordPress Editorial Calendar Plugin
Sally Wood explains why you should consider using a WordPress editorial calendar plugin, exploring 3 of the most popular options available.
Tim Carr, Jul 16
Making Your WordPress Plugins Developer Friendly
Tim Carr demonstrates how to build robust plugins that allow other developers to modify and extend the code, without making changes to your core plugin.
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 15
WP API and OAuth - Using WordPress without WordPress
Bruno implements WP-API and OAuth into a WordPress installation, allowing other outside apps to hook into WP and use API calls to make posts!
James George, Jul 14
The Divi WordPress Theme: Changing the Way You Blog
The Divi WordPress theme is a great starting point for any website. It has one of the best drag and drop page builders for building your own custom layouts.
Maria Antonietta Perna, Jul 13
Fast WordPress Customizer Options with Kirki
In this article, Maria Antonietta Perna shows you how to quickly and easily integrate the Kirki WordPress Customizer Toolkit into your own WordPress themes.
Narayan Prusty, Jul 10
Create a Most Shared Posts Plugin for WordPress
Narayan Prusty walks you through the steps to easily build your own Most Shared Posts plugin for WordPress, with clear code explanations.
Elio Qoshi, Jul 09
More Tips to Further Secure WordPress
In a previous article, we looked at 10 tips to secure WordPress. In this article, we cover even more tips to further help secure your WordPress website.
Jérémy Heleine, Jul 08
Building a WordPress Carousel Plugin: Part 1
In part 1 of a 3 part tutorial, Jérémy Heleine walks us through the creation of a WordPress carousel plugin using the WordPress Links Manager API.