Tag Archives: wordpress

Tweets to WordPress Plugin

Writing a Tweets to WordPress Posts Plugin (Part 1)

There are quite a few plugins out there and this post is not about using them, but rather about creating your own. In this tutorial (which will be divided into several parts) we’ll cover the fundamentals of the WordPress Cron (task scheduling) engine, we’ll query the Twitter API every once in a while to gather … Permalink


Admin Pointers in WordPress 3.3

Introducing Pointers in WordPress 3.3

WordPress 3.3 is planned for November this year and we published the scope a while ago here on Theme.fm. As mentioned in that post, 3.3 will get a series of UI improvements, one of which is Pointers (or Admin Pointers). We learned about pointers in WordPress a few hours ago from one of Daryl Koopersmith’s … Permalink


Theme.fm Weekly Roundup #4

Theme.fm Weekly Roundup #4

Ending this second week of September we’ve collected some of this week’s happenings in our weekly roundup. Permalink Permalink


Strategies for Successful WordPress Upgrades

Strategies for Successful WordPress Upgrades

As WordPress has become more and more popular, the community around it has begun to thrive. Currently, we’re seeing a boom in theme development, plugin development, and general use of the platform that’s never existed before. For the most part, all of this is really good stuff, right? Of course! But there’s one glaring disadvantage … Permalink


Comments Moderation in WordPress

Display the Number of Comments Held for Moderation

It’s always nice to show how many comments and pingbacks your posts have, right? There are also plugins that can show off how many comments have been blocked as spam as a sidebar widget, although I don’t see how useful that could be to your readers :) Today we’ll talk about comment moderation and how … Permalink


5 Tips for Becoming a Better WordPress Developer

5 Tips for Becoming a Better WordPress Developer

There are a lot of tutorials, videos and screencasts, training courses and books that can teach you WordPress, and WordPress is well known for it’s large community, so perhaps the most important part in your journey is to be part of that community. Today we’ll talk about some tips that will make you a better … Permalink


ThemeSorter Review

ThemeSorter: A Search Engine Dedicated to WordPress Premium Themes

Premium WordPress themes are really everywhere these days – new theme stores are on the rise, there are a vast range of blogs writing, reviewing and showcasing themes and there are developers who are endlessly using and building upon these themes.  With all the news, reviews and tutorials about Premium WordPress themes these days, have … Permalink


WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up

WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up

Managing a WordPress blog, designing and deploying WordPress themes, and even writing WordPress plugins does not require an in-depth knowledge of how WordPress processes requests to its pages, forms responses based on those requests and spews out a nice and clean HTML code to make the users happy. However, understanding the inner-workings of what makes … Permalink


Theme.fm Weekly WordPress Roundup

Theme.fm Weekly Roundup #3

Another week has rushed by, lots has happened in the world of WordPress and we shall go over some of this week’s highlights. Permalink Permalink


Components for a Successful WordPress Project

3 Components For Successful WordPress Projects

In the past couple of years, WordPress has matured from a blogging application, beyond a content management system, into a platform on which teams, organizations, and individual developers are building solutions. In fact, WordPress has matured to the point where people are building entire businesses around the platform: authors are using it as a publishing … Permalink


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