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WordPress Syntax Highlighter Plugins

Posted on February 19, 2015 by

For a WordPress technical blog on scripting languages, syntax highlighting is an important function to improve the readability of the code context. The readers can easily ignore large sections of comments and focus their attention on core codes. Thanks for WordPress plugin system, we can achieve the feature by installing any of the Syntax Highlighter […]

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30 WordPress eCommerce Themes

Posted on September 27, 2012 by

It’s no doubt WordPress is the most widely used open source CMS system in today’s internet. With thousands of free and premium themes, you can greatly expedites your development process of your eCommerce website in a professional way. The benefit is obvious to use WordPress eCommerce Themes vs traditional eCommerce system, esp. for small business.

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15 WP to Twitter Plugins

Posted on January 22, 2012 by

Twitter is a powerful media that is very important to bloggers. It can drive constant traffic if you have many followers and your post is tweeted in the timeline. As a WordPress user, it’s lucky we have many choice to make our life easy. This is the 3nd edition on collection of functional WordPress Plugins. […]

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A Simple WordPress Custom Type Post for Category

Posted on March 31, 2011 by

In WordPress, if you want to design a unique theme for posts, you may think about using Custom Post Types. It’s a little complicated to implement custom post type. Sometimes you may just want different theme for a certain category, here I will introduce a simple method. Create custom theme for category WordPress has defined […]

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An Outstanding Collection of Resources for WordPress Content Sliders

Posted on February 21, 2011 by

Nearly all paid and free premium WordPress themes come with a content slider in one form or another.

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The WordPress Post Thumbnail Explained

Posted on February 14, 2011 by

Following on from a WordPress tutorial I did a few months ago – Adding Post Thumbnails To WordPress 3.0, there has been some confusion as the default theme that shipped out with the 3.0 install was coded differently to the default theme in 2.9. In this tutorial I am going to explain how to add post thumbnails […]

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Key WordPress Code Snippets That Will Boost Functionality #2

Posted on December 6, 2010 by

With so many websites being powered by my favourite CMS WordPress, the majority all function in the same way. But today I will show you a selection of code snippets that will boost functionality on your WordPress powered website. If you are having any issues getting any of these functions working, just drop a comment […]

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Key WordPress Code Snippets That Will Boost Functionality #1

Posted on November 28, 2010 by

With so many websites being powered by my favourite CMS WordPress, the majority all function in the same way. But today I will show you a selection of code snippets that will boost functionality on your WordPress powered website. If you are having any issues getting any of these functions working, just drop a comment […]

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Building Your Own WordPress Gallery – Part 1: Image Rollover

Posted on November 19, 2010 by

Today we are happy to announce that we will be starting a long series of tutorials to show you how to build your own WordPress gallery without the need to purchase a plugin or script.

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50 Free Premium WordPress Themes Released in 2010

Posted on November 2, 2010 by

WordPress became one of the most popular CMS platform around the internet, being used by millions of users. But it does require a refresh of the old design which is possible from the thousands of free and paid templates to download. Today I’d like to introduce you to 50 Free premium high quality wordpress themes released […]

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How To Add Automatic Short su.pr URLs In WordPress

Posted on October 19, 2010 by

Short URL’s have become big business across the worldwide web, Google, Twitter and Digg for example all have their own, and you then have the big boys of short URL such as bit.ly and is.gd. I recently wrote a Tutorial over on WPzine which covers making automatic short URLs in your posts for your readers […]

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WordPress: Custom Gravatars With A Fallback

Posted on September 23, 2010 by

Using Gravatars in your blog comments is a great way to add some personality to your comments section and avoid a list of the default “mystery man” or even worse no avatars at all. WordPress does support Gravatars and can be used within your WordPress install but from my experience you can’t beat coding it […]

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