We’re now accepting orders for printed editions of Digging into WordPress version 3.0. The books are currently finishing up at the printers, and should be ready to ship within the next week or so. Here are a few shots featuring the new black cover and black coil binding:
Monthly archives: September 2010
New WordPress-only snippets repository. Nice clean design, good functionality, quality content (like this gem). This one should be a winner. Update (2013/08/29): 404 link removed (
Save time by replacing your most commonly typed words and phrases with WordPress shortcodes. For example, if you are frequently typing your blog’s URL, you could place the following code your theme’s
This chart is one entire page in our book, but I thought it would be good to focus on specifically. Template hierarchy has gotten a bit more advanced since the last time we covered it.
In our recent post on pimping the wp-config.php file, we explain that using strong Security Keys is an important part of securing your WordPress installation. In this post, we want to zoom-in on Security Keys and look at what they are, how they work, and how to use them to greatly improve the security of your site.
WPCandy is back under Ryan Imel and it's been loaded with good stuff lately, including this great run-through of how to use Chris Shiflett's URL sentences idea in WordPress.
Update: (404 link removed 2014/11/02)
It’s here! Digging into WordPress Version 3.0 is here and it’s packed with goodness, including a new chapter on WordPress 3, updated core content, and a super-sleek new cover. Check it out: