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80 readersWhen WordPress 2.8 came out, we all discover the wonders of taxonomies, and how we could add extra information to our posts and custom post types really easily. However, it turns out taxonomies have existed for a long time and are not just available for posts, but for all object types. I for one had no
5402 readersAlmost every week I get asked a question about custom WordPress taxonomies and post types that has been bothering me for quite a while. I’ve thought over several solutions to the question and haven’t necessarily found the perfect one, but I have found one that may work in some cases. The question usually goes back
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3426 readersPremiering with WordPress 3.1 some time next month, Post Formats is one of the most talked about and often confusing of the new features. The documentation is beginning to take shape, and a list of Post Formats is being finalized, so what is a Post Format? Think of Post Formats like categories, but more from
1552 readersSome people are confused about the Post Formats feature that will be made available to themes in WordPress 3.1, especially how it differs from Custom Post Types. Custom Post Types These were poorly named. Think: Custom Content Types. That is, non-post content. Examples: employees, products, attachments, menu items, pages, pets. If you want it to show up
4884 readersCustom taxonomies in WordPress 3.0 are being updated to allow for more control and to give us options we've been waiting nearly a year for.
4992 readersOne of the most eagerly anticipated WordPress releases in recent memory is now available for download (or just 1-click upgrade from within your dashboard). So what’s new ? Major new features in this release include a sexy new default theme called Twenty Ten. Theme developers have new APIs that allow them to easily implement custom backgrounds, headers,
4994 readersGood summary post from Brian Casel on Mashable today regarding WordPress 3.0: The 5 Most Important New Features: WordPress has long been known as a dedicated blogging platform, giving users the tools they need to publish their message and interact with readers. However, with the official release of version 3.0, set to drop this month,
9120 readersWordPress, as a content management system, is often used for creating portfolio websites. With the evolution of user interface design and functionalities, a new trend has emerged: displaying portfolio items in different layouts. This tutorial details the process of creating a dedicated portfolio section in WordPress’ backend, and using jQuery and CSS3 to display the
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