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Add Shortcut Links to the WordPress Toolbar

Add Shortcut Links to the WordPress Toolbar

WordPress makes it easy to add custom stuff to the Toolbar. This is a great way to personalize the look and feel of the WP Admin with custom menus, links, or whatever makes sense. To further streamline workflow, you can create keyboard-shortcuts to open your Toolbar links with a single keystroke.

WordPress Themes in Top 1 Million Websites

Some interesting data on how themes are used in the top million WordPress sites. For example, 51% of the leading WordPress sites are running premium or commercial themes. Must-read for theme designers!

Top 100 WordPress-Related Sites

Awesome list of 100 WordPress-related sites for 2012. It's an honor to be included!

Editor's note: 404 link removed.

Displaying Code Snippets on a WordPress Site

Displaying Code Snippets on a WordPress Site

Technically, there is nothing special about showing code on a WordPress site. You just wrap code in <pre></pre> (and probably , for semantics and font control) tags, something like this:

Leaflet Maps Marker

Cool WP plugin for organizing and sharing your favorite places through OpenStreetMap on your site. Includes a bunch of awesome features such as integrated address search, popup descriptions, zoom levels, and works with OSM/OpenStreetMap, MapQuest, OGD Vienna Maps or any custom WMTS-map. Click the title for a demo and download!

5+ Ways to Add Google Analytics to WordPress

5+ Ways to Add Google Analytics to WordPress

Delivered on Google's "world-class platform," Google Analytics is a powerful way to monitor your site's statistics. As flexible content-publishing software, WordPress provides a variety of ways to add Google Analytics (GA) to your web pages. These techniques range from including the GA tracking code directly to using plugins that are easy to customize from within the WP Admin area. In this DigWP post, we cover it all with 5+ ways to add Google Analytics to your WordPress-powered site.

Building WordPress Themes from Scratch

Awesome new book from Joseph Casabona on building WordPress themes from the ground up. Learn how to convert HTML to WordPress themes, set up custom post types, create theme options, and much more. Includes PSD/HTML files, full Director theme, and alternate book formats (.mobi & .epub).

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