Ever had a "WordPress emergency" — your project is due tomorrow, but one line of code is breaking your site and you need answers fast?
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Typically when you use one of WordPress functions to output a list of "stuff" from WordPress, you can pass a parameter to eliminate the "title" that WordPress likes to put in there by default. For example, with
wp_list_categories you pass along "title_li=" with nothing after the equals sign to remove the title that normally accompanies the output. With the function to output links (e.g. blogroll), you use the function wp_list_bookmarks, but unfortunately using that same parameter the same way is ineffective at removing the title.
Charles Stricklin's WordPress Podcast merges with Joost De Valk's Press This. Should be all the better for it!
Editor's note: 404 link removed.
Premium WordPress theme, with heavy use of intellegent grids, from legendary designer Khoi Vinh. Perhaps a little pricey at $45, but may be worth it for some folks who salivate at perfect grids =). Other features include a robust archives page, shortcode functionalities, widgets, and color-based theme options.
Stay tuned for some similar and equally delicious functionality coming to some DIW themes near you!
Update: Media Temple is saying1 that:
- They aren't 100% sure of the cause, but yes, the hack is their fault.
- About 10% of all (gs) users were affected.
- It's not WordPress specific, it's PHP specific.
- Definitely change your passwords, definitely don't change it back to the original password.
rel="canonical" support, query for posts AND pages, post thumbnails, optimized database tables, and more!
The goal here is to make a list of posts in the sidebar that show a number of recent posts. There will be a button you can click which will replaces those links to recent posts with older posts, AJAX style. You can keep clicking the button and keep getting older and older posts. On this site, we currently show 5 recent posts. So this little section shows the 5 posts after that, then clicking the button once will show 5 more older than that, and so on. This quick post outlines six steps to make it happen.
Going the self publishing route with our book meant that we didn't have a big fancy book editor going over our text. We of course strive to be the best writers we can be, but we are clearly better WordPress wranglers than we are wordsmiths. If you find any typos or any other kind of mistake in the book, you can submit them here in our new Errata section. We'll be incorporating all fixes into subsequent releases of the book (which as book buyers, you get for free!). Much appreciated!
WordPress 2.9 should really be a nice release. Check out this article for some interesting stuff like
the_post_image(), the trash can, image editing, oEmbed, and some other cool features and improvements.
Jeff and I launched this blog back in May of this year, after we decided we were going to self-publish the WordPress book we were working on. After weighing all the options, we decided going it on our own was best because we would have 100% control over everything. From the content of the book, to the layout and design, to the blog, sales site, everything. Today, it all comes together!
The month of November is National Novel Writing Month (or #NaNoWriMo). Joel Goodman is participating and thought that the WP Typo theme would be a good fit for it. Joel has expanded upon the theme by adding a settings page with various typography options, better integrated user registration, and some custom design tweaks.
You don't want to go putting HTML tags directly into post titles. It might show up OK on your own site, but it can be problematic. For example, your titles through RSS will show the tags as next, not render them. I was wishing for a plugin to handle this better, but until then, here is almost-as-simple way to go about it.
In this one we cover the GPL and how it benefits WordPress, why WP is under the GPL, commercial themes, how the GPL fosters innovation, creates value, and affects themes and plugins.
I certainly learned some stuff about the GPL. Like 1) You can sell/profit from themes that are GPL and 2) Anything built around an existing GPL product must also be GPL.
Vote on your favorites. I like the brownie bites!