Last month, jQuery Mobile was released. This tool allows you to easily create mobile websites and web apps. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a mobile-optimized WordPress theme.
WordPress is the platform of choice for most bloggers, and WordPress hacks is one of the most popular topics on CatsWhoCode. This is why I’ve decided to compile 10 new and extremely useful hack for WordPress. Enjoy!
Recently, a client of mine asked me to write an article importer for his WordPress powered site, which was a very interesting project for me. In this article, I’ll show you how you can easily add data (posts, comments, categories, etc) to your WordPress blog, without any manual effort.
Many WordPress plugins can add a contact form to your blog, but a plugin is not necessary. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can create a built-in contact form for your WordPress theme.
Finally! WordPress 3.0 was released last week. Among other exiting features, custom post types are bringing lots of new possibilities to bloggers. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a side blog listing products using the WordPress 3.0 custom post type feature.
Do you like WordPress Theme Frameworks? To be honest, I’m a Thematic addict. Using this theme, I’m able to create any kind of site extremely fast. To help you getting started with Thematic child theme development, I have compiled 10 useful WordPress hooks in this article.
The first months of 2010 have been extremely prolific in terms of WordPress hacks. In this article, I have compiled 10 new WordPress hacks that you should definitely add to your library.
WordPress 3.0, scheduled to launch May 1st, 2010, will be a real revolution for the blogging system. With new functionalities such as custom post types, developers will be able to create more complex and more powerful sites based on WordPress. In this article, I have compiled the most useful resources to get you started with WordPress 3.0.
Coding a WordPress theme or plugin can seem to be an easy task at first, but if you want to produce work that is more professional, you have to worry about things such as internationalization and security. In this article, I’m going to show you the best practices I have learned in 3 years of developing with WordPress.
Although there’s lots of things that you can do in WordPress, sometimes you may need a quick fix for a specific problem. In those cases, working directly on the database can be a real life-saver. In this article, I’m going to show you 10+ extremely useful SQL queries for WordPress.