Introduced in WordPress 3.1, the Admin bar is a new feature that many users like. Today, I'm going to show how you can add custom links to WordPress admin bar.
For the last decade, hosting a large scale web application has been a daunting task, reserved only for experts. Not anymore; when Amazon opened its server architecture, everything changed. Computer hardware moved to the cloud, and became available to any and all developers. In this tutorial, we will install WordPress in the cloud.
You will have seen blogs showcase their Twitter, Facebook, and RSS counts with typography. With these numbers in plain text, you can style them into your website far more effectively than if you were to use the old-fashioned "chicklets."
In this tutorial you will learn how to use the twitter API in wordpress.
WordPress 3 Complete starts with downloading and installing the core WordPress software. It also helps to upgrade WordPress from older installations, as well as personalize and control the content of a website. By customizing themes, users will learn to manage the look and feel of their website. Through this book, users will be able to link their website to the outside world through feeds, syndication, and podcasts, and have control over content. With a focus on the content management functionality, users can add images, videos, tags, and categories to blog posts, and will be able to create cu
A few weeks back, we put together a way of adding events to WordPress and displaying them in an easy-to-read list. It was simple to maintain and it worked well, but it didn't take advantage of all WordPress offers. In this 2-part tutorial, we are going to extend our events list script to set up a new post type purely for the events, and create a new taxonomy for tagging our events.
WordPress 3.1 introduced the admin bar, which adds admin options to the top of your pages as you browse your site (Assuming you're logged in of course). It's easy to extend the bar to add new links of your own, or to remove links you don't want.
This tutorial will walk you through integrating custom post types and taxonomies in your wordpress blog
Typography is probably one the most important and powerful design element ever, so I created this WordPress theme with minimalism and typography in mind. Today, you will learn how to create this minimalist theme scratch including XHTML, CSS and WordPress.
One of the primary reasons why WordPress is the most popular CMS platform available is the sheer level of customizability that it brings to the table. Today, we'll review the process of integrating one of those popular features, shortcodes, in the most user friendly way possible, into our theme.