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WordPress for Artists: Simple Ways to Create an Online Portfolio

Building an online portfolio has never been easier. With the tools available it has now become something anyone can do. In the past, in order to create something that looked great and allowed you to display artwork in a stylish manner, you had to hire a developer. Hiring someone to build you a custom website can be very expensive and may not be an option available to everyone. Fortunately for…
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How does WordPress Caching Work?

Welcome to a new chapter in our WordPress Caching series where we will learn how WordPress caching works. Before we get to the bottom of this topic please make sure you have followed each of the previous topics (from this series) carefully, as this chapter uses the…
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How To Write Custom Code In Your WordPress Posts

There are many reasons why you would want to write or include additional code in your WordPress posts. You might need to show advertisement, apply unique styling to certain sections of your website, or simply mark out some text or content to draw attention. Still, you might add code to achieve various visual effects to offer better user experience. All these and others are valid reasons, but no…
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My 25 Best WooCommerce Snippets For WordPress

Times flies… It’s been 6 months since I started to work for WooThemes as a WooCommerce full time support technician. During these 6 months I learnt a lot on WooCommerce and I coded a lot (read a lot!) of WooCommerce related snippets. Actually, WooCommerce is really…
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My 25 Best WooCommerce Snippets For WordPress Part 2

A few days ago I wrote a post where I listed 25 of the most useful WooCommerce snippets I use and you were many people to ask for more, so today i decided to provide some more snippets for WooCommerce! Here we go! 1 – Replace WooCommerce default PayPal logo /* * Replace…
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Adding WordPress Custom QuickTags

The WordPress QuickTags API allows you to add buttons to the WordPress admin text editor. To be honest, the text editor is probably less used than the rich editor, by the way adding quick tags can be pretty useful when repeating the same tasks pretty often. Here is the list of default quick tags provided in WordPress: As you can see you can create various type of buttons, assign an access key to…
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Manage WordPress Posts with PHP – Create and Update

As promised, here is the second part to my first post, ‘Create WordPress Posts And Pages Using PHP – A 101 Tutorial’. In this article we will be looking at how we can extend the basic functions and theory I discussed in Part 1 to create a robust and ultimately reliable PHP Wrapper Class. As always, I do sympathize with those of you who simply want to dive straight into the code. You can find…
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