Last time, we dived into the abyss of WordPress Rewrites, this time we invite you on a journey through time managed by the WordPress Cron. The WordPress Cron API is responsible providing an interface for managing events to the schedule and spawning the main wp-cron.php file when it’s time.
It’s latter function is particularly useful when a crontab is unavailable or not setup. It is enabled by default which means that everyone usually gets approximately crontab-like functionality out of the box. Permalink
Grab our Lorenz Business WordPress Theme for only $10 this weekend. This is a limited time offer due to our PayPal integration changes, so we’re testing things out. If you have any trouble during the checkout process or with the theme itself, please let us know. Permalink
Yet another Friday, another Theme.fm Weekly Roundup, and while you’re reading this keep your eyes on the clock, you may have not yet missed 11:11:11 11/11/11 in your timezone. Okay, let’s go ahead and browse over some of the latest happenings and interesting must-reads in the world of WordPress.
And by the way, theoretically this is Weekly Roundup #11 as we had a conjoined #9 and #10 two weeks before. Permalink
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 backups during deploys. Permalink
WordPress 3.3 Beta 3 is now available! The release candidate has been moved to mid-November and the launch date has been set to 29th of November. Test your themes and plugins against the third beta and report a bug if you found it. Also note that WordPress 3.3 is shipping with jQuery 1.7. You can find a change log in this post in the jQuery blog. 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
In today’s edition of WordPress Internals we are going to dig into the WordPress Rewrite API. Exploring its inner workings and mechanisms should allow us to understand WordPress better, why it does what it does and how it does it.
Have you ever wondered how the heck does WordPress take
/2011/10/15/wordpress-rewrites-ftw and renders that exact page? Surely there’s no
2011 folder and a file called
wordpres-rewrites-ftw does not exist inside the document root. So what’s going on? Permalink
Welcome to another edition of Theme.fm’s Weekly Roundup, where we take you through this week’s latest happenings around WordPress. Permalink