Tag Archives: wordpress

Theme.fm Weekly Roundup

Theme.fm Weekly Roundup #9 and #10

Unfortunately we missed our Weekly Roundup #9 last Friday, so this one’s going to be a two-week roundup, bringing you the happenings of the past two weeks in the world of WordPress. Permalink Permalink


Post Formats in WordPress

Tumblr-Like Post Formats by Alex King and Crowd Favorite

Alex King from Crowd Favorite has recently posted an article on something they’ve been working on together with the team — a better Admin UI for Post Formats. Alex talks about a plugin that adds a more intuitive and meaningful user interface to post formats in WordPress. Permalink Permalink


WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up

WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up Part 3

If you haven’t been following this series, make sure you at least skim through WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up and WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up Part 2, where we went from the very moment an HTTP request hits the index.php front-facing WordPress file and up to the quite cumbersome but lighting fast bootstrap … Permalink


Theme.fm iOS Application

Theme.fm in Your Pocket with the New iPhone App

Today is a very exciting day for us over at Theme.fm — we just got approval from the iTunes Store for our very own iOS application. It took us a little over two months since our first sneak peek and it’s finally available free of charge in the App Store. In this post we’ll talk … Permalink


Theme.fm Weekly Roundup

Theme.fm Weekly Roundup #8

Yes, Friday is here, and as always we are ready to bring together a list of most of the week’s happenings in the world of WordPress; stuff that you may have missed and can’t afford not knowing and thinking about, stuff that will hopefully make you a better WordPress developer this week. Permalink Permalink


Upload Media Programmatically in WordPress

How To: Upload Media via URL Programmatically in WordPress

WordPress themes and plugins sometimes need to download files from third party servers, like images, documents, archives, and more. A Flickr image browser is a great example, where you wouldn’t want to hotlink to the images on Flickr, but rather download them to your own. Note that file_get_contents is not the way to go, so … Permalink


Google Analytics API in WordPress

Using the Google Analytics API in WordPress

I’m pretty sure you all know what Google Analytics is, but not everybody is aware that it comes with a Data Feed API which can be used to grab different sorts of valuable information from your Analytics profile. In this post we’ll talk about the API, authentication and firing requests to the API using the … Permalink


Style Posts by Taxonomy

How To Style Your Posts Based on Category, Tag or Custom Taxonomy in WordPress

We heard this question many times and it’s not as simple as it sounds, so we’re dedicating a whole blog post to the solution. Today we’ll talk about child themes, taxonomy (categories, tags and custom taxonomy), the post_class function, it’s filter friend and their correct usage in WordPress themes. Permalink Permalink


Theme.fm Weekly Roundup

Theme.fm Weekly Roundup #7

This week’s been filled with quite a lot of cool WordPress stuff among everything else and our weekly roundup will help you get a scoop of the latest happenings in the world of WordPress. Permalink Permalink


WordPress 3.3 Beta

WordPress 3.3 Beta Expected October 7th

We posted the WordPress 3.3 scope back in July and today we’re here to give you a short update of where 3.3 now stands. It seems like the final release has been moved from November 15th to the 29th, but the good news is that we can expect the first beta tomorrow! Permalink Permalink


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