Maria Antonietta Perna, Nov 25
Using the doingitwrong Theme to Learn WordPress Theme Review
Maria Antonietta Perna introduces the doingitwrong theme to show you what it takes to have your theme ready for the WordPress.org repository.
Charles Costa, Nov 20
Watch: WordPress Theme? Check. Hidden Malware? Test!
I will show you a simple way to make sure that the themes you download are clean and you no longer have to fear the hidden malware.
James George, Nov 17
Introducing Beans: A Streamlined WordPress Framework
James George introduces Beans, a framework that makes it easy to create WordPress sites without hassle.
Charles Costa, Nov 13
Watch: Get the Right File Permissions in Your WordPress Site
Changing the default WordPress configuration permissions is one of the simplest ways to harden your WordPress website. I teach you how without plugins!
Charles Costa, Nov 06
Watch: Backup Your WordPress Sites Manually and Easily
There are plenty of plugins to backup your WordPress site, yet the best way to ensure your backup works is... to do it manually! I'll show you how in 5mins.
Amit Diwan, Nov 05
The Best WordPress Backup Plugins Compared
Amit Diwan compares 5 of the best WordPress backup plugins side-by-side and highlights key features you would expect to see in a good backup plugin.
Ahsan Parwez, Nov 03
How to Install and Use WP-CLI to Manage WordPress Websites
In this tutorial, Ahsan Parwez covers exactly what WP-CLI is, how to install it, and provides an overview of the commands for this handy command line tool.
Firdaus Zahari, Oct 30
Handling POST Requests the WordPress Way
In this article, Firdaus Zahari covers a simple example of handling POST requests from a user, which is submitted via a contact form.
Ada Ivanoff, Oct 27
The Best Free WordPress Membership Plugins
Ada Ivanoff looks at the best free WordPress membership plugins that you can use to easily turn your website into a full featured membership system.
Andrew Renaut, Oct 22
How to Use Web Fonts in WordPress
In this article, Andrew Renaut explores how to use Web Fonts in WordPress, covering both Google Fonts and Adobe Edge Web Fonts and TypeKit.
Scott Bolinger, Oct 20
3 Ways to Create a Mobile App with WordPress
Scott Bollinger shares three options available to easily create a mobile app with WordPress, reviewing the pros and cons of each approach.
Johan Satgé, Oct 15
Mastering WordPress Roles and Capabilities
User management on WordPress is based on WordPress roles and capabilities. Johan Satgé takes a closer look at how it works and how to control it.
Tim Carr, Oct 13
Adding Custom Functionality to the WordPress Visual Editor
With the TinyMCE API and WordPress’ filter hooks, Tim Carr demonstrates how to easily add your own custom functionality to the WordPress Visual Editor.
Taylor Lovett, Oct 07
Containerized WordPress Development with Dockunit.io
Taylor Lovett explains how WordPress developers can use Dockunit in combination with Dockunit.io for easy cross-platform continuous integration.
Jérémy Heleine, Oct 06
Backing up and Restoring Large WordPress Databases
Restoring a WordPress database that is big can be difficult. In this article, Jérémy Heleine discusses restoring large databases with a useful tool BigDump.
Jérémy Heleine, Oct 01
All You Need to Know About the New WordPress Site Icon API
Jérémy Heleine delves into site icons and an overview of the new WordPress Site Icon API which essentially comprises of four functions and two filters.
Narayan Prusty, Sep 29
Better Password Masking in Your WordPress Forms
Narayan Prusty covers how to create a plugin that adds a checkbox to show or hide password text (password masking) to help users to see passwords entered.
Abder-Rahman Ali, Sep 28
Easy Editorial Workflows with the WordPress EditFlow Plugin
Abder-Rahman Ali introduces the EditFlow plugin which allows you to collaborate with your editorial team within the WordPress dashboard.
Jérémy Heleine, Sep 23
Building a WordPress Carousel Plugin: Part 3
Jérémy Heleine walks us though the final part of his 3 part tutorial covering building a WordPress carousel plugin.
Tim Carr, Sep 21
What Are WordPress Nonces?
In this article, Tim Carr covers how nonces (number used once) can help keep your WordPress themes and plugins secure.
Julien Renaux, Sep 16
WordPress Hybrid Client: WordPress Powered iOS/Android Apps
WordPress Hybrid Client (WPHC) is an Open Source project available on GitHub, that lets you create an iOS/Android version of your WordPress site for free.
Ashraff Hathibelagal, Sep 15
Watch: Create your First WordPress Child-theme, Quick Fast
Building WordPress themes can be daunting. In this screencast I will be showing you a quick alternative through child themes, complete with customizations.
Elio Qoshi, Sep 10
Responsive Schedules for WordPress with the Timetable Plugin
Elio Qoshi reviews the WordPress plugin Timetable, that allows you to easily create responsive schedules for display on your WordPress website.
Sally Wood, Sep 09
The Most Popular WordPress Landing Page Plugins
There is a multitude of WordPress Landing Page plugins available. Sally Wood covers a few of the most popular plugins and their distinct advantages.