Category Archives: Tutorials

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Stella API reference: Custom Localizations. Part 3

Hi, today we will be working on custom strings localization. You will be able to localize your links, image urls, widget titles or another text information on your site. Permalink Permalink


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Stella API reference: Custom Localizations. Part 2

Howdy! I’m continuing to tell you about Stella API. Today we will be looking at post thumbnails. Permalink Permalink


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Stella API reference: Custom Localizations. Part 1

Hi! We are working on Stella plugin custom localizations API. In these series of posts I want to tell what you can do with this API. Permalink Permalink


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WordPress Users (Part II: User Area)

Hi guys! After we learned how to create new roles and played with users’ capabilities, I’d like to tell you about the user area. This is a place on the website, available to blog users or customers only. Imagine that we need an online shop, where a registered user can download your price list or … Permalink


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WordPress Tutorial: Create Your Custom WordPress Dashboard Widget

Among all, WordPress Dashboard shows most recent updates and activity at your website. It’s nice to have useful things at hand, so let’s expand this functionality a little and create a custom widget for the WordPress Dashboard. Permalink Permalink


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Introduction to WordPress Users (Part I: Roles)

When working on a project, the question of adding capabilities to some roles and users sometimes rises. Thanks to high-quality and easiness of WordPress API, we can set our website’s user system as we want. In this article I’ll try to uncover how the users in WordPress act and mention the basics of API, which would … Permalink


Creating your own Stella Widget

Stella the Localization Plugin: Creating Your Own Custom Widget

Our multilingual localization plugin for WordPress, Stella, has been out for a while, and we received a lot of useful feedback from our customers. Quite a plenty of our tech support emails asked how to create a language dropdown select widget, so we decided to write a tutorial on creating your own custom widget for … Permalink


Deploying WordPress with Capistrano

Deploying WordPress with Capistrano Part 3: Backing Up and Restoring MySQL

So you’ve been through the first two parts of the series and if not, here’s part 1 and here’s part two. In this third part we’ll go over backing up and restoring your WordPress database via Capistrano tasks and we’ll finally see how to attach our backup task to the main deployment task for automatic … Permalink


Create a Typography Based WordPress Blog Theme is a new tutorial by Chris Spooner on Line25. Chris started the tutorial way back from the design stage, then over to HTML5 and CSS3 coding, and now this seems to be the final part bringing it all together into a full-blown WordPress theme. Permalink Permalink


WordPress: Locking Yourself Out of Syntax Highlighter

“Locking Yourself Out” of the Syntax Highlighter (Evolved) Plugin

As much as we all hate shortcodes in WordPress, there are times we simply have to use them, like the Syntax Highlighter Evolved plugin which is definitely one of the best out there. But what happens when you don’t want to highlight your source code any longer? What happens if you want to disable the … Permalink


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