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Ever had a "WordPress emergency" — your project is due tomorrow, but one line of code is breaking your site and you need answers fast?
WPQuestions is problem-solving community for WordPress, ideal for users seeking quick, succinct answers they can't find in any WordPress forums. WPQ is also great for established WordPress developers who want to help problem-solve and be paid fairly for their efforts.
Charles Stricklin's WordPress Podcast merges with Joost De Valk's Press This. Should be all the better for it!
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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!
This post was so huge I actually had to edit and post it using phpMyAdmin directly to the database -- WordPress apparently can’t handle ‘em that big! Seriously though, it’s a great post with over 75 awesome tips, tricks, and techniques for improving your WordPress site. Just some of the leftovers from the book that were too juicy to throw away ;)
rel="canonical" support, query for posts AND pages, post thumbnails, optimized database tables, and more!
Jean-Baptiste Jung, mastermind behind the popular sites Cats Who Code, WP Recipes, and the newer Cats Who Blog, reviews our new book, Digging into WordPress!
One of the most powerful comment-editing solutions for WordPress just got a major upgrade. Ajax Edit Comments enables your visitors to “self-edit” their own comments, greatly improving the usability and “coolness” factor for your site. And with the latest upgrade, AEC gets even better, with a revamped popup box, easy “undo” options, comment-blacklist feature, new icon themes, increased security and tons more.
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.
Tim Haslam shares a very nice theme called "One Day At A Time" designed to promote awareness of breast cancer. Check out the demo, grab yourself a free copy, and support a good cause.
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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.
One of the easiest ways to display your FeedBurner subscriber count number in plain text is to use the Feed Count plugin by Francesco Mapelli. I have been using this plugin at Perishable Press for a long time, and it has always been great. Unfortunately, Francesco's site seems to be suffering from malicious behavior these days, with tons of spam comments, weird files that are automatically downloaded to your computer, and even one of those scary warnings from Google: "Reported Attack Site," or whatever it says.
In any case, the Feed Count plugin is too awesome to let disappear into the ether, so it will be hosted here at Digging into WordPress until Francesco's site checks into a rehab center and cleans itself up. Hopefully that will be sometime soon. In the meantime, to download a squeaky-clean copy of the Feed Count plugin, simply click on the title of this post.
Vote on your favorites. I like the brownie bites!