Month: December 2014

Creating Translatable WordPress Themes and Plugins: Developers Guide

Last year we featured a series on translating different aspects of WordPress, which focused on internationalizing an existing theme or plugin. In today’s post, we’re going to extend and complement that series with some information for theme and plugins developers, namely how to localize your theme or plugin or it’s ready to translate. We’ll take a look at…

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Make WordPress A Better CMS With These Plugins

If you’re developing a complex WordPress site for clients, need to deal with content policies and flows, want to make the user interface easier to work with, or add custom content without writing code, you may well need a CMS plugin. CMS plugins give WordPress additional Content Management System functionality and appearance. The way in…

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3 Flexible WordPress Recent Post Plugins

Out of the box, WordPress comes equipped with a recent posts widget for displaying your latest content in the sidebar and other widgetized areas of your website. However, the settings and controls on the default recent posts widget are pretty minimal. With only the ability to give the widget a title, set the number of…

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How to Use AJAX in WordPress to Load Search Results

AJAX is a very powerful and flexible tool that allows developers to create more streamlined applications. It can be used for a wide range of purposes such as loading content or verifying login credentials. The main benefit of AJAX is that it is asynchronous, meaning the whole page doesn’t need to reload in order for…

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Learning PHP for WordPress Development: A Comprehensive Guide

So you have a WordPress website and you’ve tweaked your theme, read a bit about template tags, and perhaps even modified your functions.php file in the built-in theme editor. And now you want to take your skills to the next level and delve into more code. Luckily, WordPress is a great place to start. There is a truckload…

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