This past weekend, Syed Balkhi (@syedbalkhi) took a trip to our sixth WordCamp attended by the WPBeginner team. This WordCamp was located in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The first night Syed attended the official speaker’s dinner along with Mitch Canter (@studionashvegas), Tammy Hart (@tammyhart), Christopher Spencer (@cspencer75), and others. After the dinner, he headed to the official tweetup in the Fayetteville area.
Professional WordPress is a book by Hal Stern, David Damstra, and Brad Williams that covers every aspect of WordPress.
This past week, we were honored to run a giveaway for Templatic Theme. We would like to thank R. Bhavesh (@rbhavesh) for making this contest possible and giving away 10 Single licenses to WPBeginner users.
WPBeginner is proud to announce the giveaway of Templatic Themes, thanks to R. Bhavesh (@rbhavesh). Templatic has a good collection of themes that takes WordPress to the next level. Their themes fill a much needed void in the industry because their themes have amazing functionality and great looks.
This past weekend, three of the team from WPBeginner (Syed, Muhammad, and Amanda) took a trip to our fifth WordCamp attended by the WPBeginner team. The trip, sponsored by the great people at BuySellAds, took the three of us on a ten hour drive to Raleigh, North Carolina.
Majority of the top themes have the quick edit button included, but there are still theme designers that fail to include this simple feature in a theme. In this article, we will show you how you can add a quick edit button in your WordPress posts and comments.
We have previously written about a code that lets you display twitter followers count which was contributed by Rarst. In this article, we will be sharing a more advanced and more elegant code which lets you display twitter followers count in WordPress. Once again this script was also contributed by Rarst.
This past week, we were honored to run a giveaway of one of WordPress’ most versatile theme framework called Headway Theme. We would like to thanks Clay Griffiths (@ClayGriffiths) and Grant Griffiths (@GrantGriffiths) for making this contest possible and giving away 10 Single licenses to WPBeginner users.
Writing your own Wordpress plugin is not that difficult if you are a web developer with basic PHP skills. The only thing you will need, coupled with your PHP skills, is some direction, some resources, a little information on how WordPress expects your plugin to behave, and most importantly a great idea.
In our earlier tutorial, we showed you how you can add post thumbnails in WordPress. The sad truth is that even if you enable the post thumbnails, it will not show up in your RSS feeds. But we have a solution for that. In this article, we will show you how you can add post thumbnails to your WordPress RSS feeds with a simple function.