Category: WordPress

Best practices for WordPress coding

by Jean. 44 Comments

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.

WordPress : 10+ life saving SQL queries

by Jean. 66 Comments

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.

10 WordPress dashboard hacks

by Jean. 120 Comments

The dashboard is a very important part of a WordPress blog. In fact, it allows you to control your posts, your blog design, and many more things. When building a site for a client, it is especially important to be able to control WP’s dashboard. In this article, let’s have a look at 10 extremely useful hacks for WordPress’ dashboard.

Top WordPress hacks of 2009

by Jean. 68 Comments

2009 has been a very prolific year for WordPress hacks. In this article, I’ll show you the most useful hacks I came across during the whole year. Enjoy!

Top 10 WordPress Hacks from October 2009

by Jean. 41 Comments

I know most of your loves to discover WordPress hacks, and this is why I’m pretty sure that you’ll definitely love this article. I have compiled the most useful and awesome WordPress hacks that were released past month. Enjoy!

10+ WordPress plugins for developers

by Jean. 69 Comments

One of the good points of WordPress is its community: There are a million of WordPress plugins dedicated to achieve almost tasks. For this article, I focus on 10 plugins that is really useful to create a developer blog.

Top 10 ways to stop spam in WordPress

by Alex Denning. 112 Comments

Spam is a nuisance, and as bloggers, we have all experienced a flood of spam every now and then. Not only is it a pain, but it can slow down your blog and use up your resources. In this post we’ll look at ten ways to combat spam.

How to make a translatable WordPress theme

by Jean. 60 Comments

Althought English is the most represented language over the Internet, it is a good thing to think about people who speak other languages and offer them trabslated WordPress theme. In this step-by-step tutorial, you’ll learn how to take a WordPress theme and make it translatable for any language.

Spice up your WordPress theme with jQuery

by Cristian Antohe. 44 Comments

As Wordpress themes become more complex, we found our self trying to improve the user interaction on our web-site. Among a lot of things one can do, using Javascript is probably the most eye catching of them all. This is where jQuery steps up!