As I woke up today, I saw a notice on my dashboard asking me to upgrade. Like always, I looked at what it is. Turned out that last night, WordPress team released a security and maintenance update. WordPress 3.3.1 is here, and we urge you… Read More »
After a few years of blogging you will see how a WordPress archive can quickly get out of hand. What you need is a way to compress everything so that your posts are easier to find. Although we have already shown you how you can… Read More »
Our friends over at Themify have just notified us of a new responsive theme they came out with called Simfo. We decided to try it out and found it to be clean and functional. Simfo is coded in HTML5 and CSS3, it has 8 skins,… Read More »
So last week after we showed you how to create amazing lightboxes with OptinMonster – a WordPress popup plugin. We also showed you how to add a facebook promoter lightbox in WordPress. Some of you asked if it was possible to do the same with… Read More »
On my flight to Prague, I got the chance to read the book Professional WordPress Plugin Development by Brad Williams, Ozh Richard, and Justin Tadlock. After 9 hours of intense reading, all I can say is that I was amazed. This is one of the best resources I have seen to date for plugin developers who want to learn to do things the right way.
Beginning WordPress 3 is quite the instructional tome by Stephanie Leary.
Professional WordPress is a book by Hal Stern, David Damstra, and Brad Williams that covers every aspect of WordPress.
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.
This plugin is called WordPress File Monitor. It monitors your WordPress installation for added/deleted/changed files. When a change is detected an email alert can be sent to a specified address.
Not too long ago we shared how you can add a live facebook share button in your WordPress site using a third party script. Well Facebook has decided to release the official version of the fshare count button, so why rely on the third party script anymore?