24 January 2013
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Display Your Most Popular WordPress Posts Using Jetpack Stats

Your most popular posts are usually your best work and are likely to attract new subscribers to your blog. If you already have the Jetpack stats module active on your WordPress site, here’s a quick tip for putting your stats to good use on the front end of your site. Jetpack Post Views is a […]


24 January 2013
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How to Remove Menus From the WordPress Dashboard

The WordPress codex is full of fun little things that you can experiment with. Have you ever wanted to remove a menu page from the WordPress dashboard? Perhaps you’re building a site for a client who gets confused by the settings menu. Blow the dust off of your handy codex and check out the function […]


21 January 2013
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Digging Into the Theme Customizer: Practicing I

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Digging Into the Theme Customizer After going through previous posts in this series, I presume that you understand the Theme Customizer components and how to add, remove, and configure them. It seems there are many things to figure out, and it will be a good […]


18 January 2013
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Adaptive Blog Theme: Custom Widgets

One way of adding functionality to a WordPress theme is through widgets. WordPress has a selection of useful widgets built-in, but you may want to make some custom widgets to suit your theme. Custom Widgets Part 1 Alternatively, Download the video, or subscribe to Wptuts+ screencasts via YouTube Custom Widgets Part 2 Alternatively, Download the […]


17 January 2013
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Complete Video Guide to MarketPress and e-Commerce with WordPress

Earlier today we announced some exciting big new features to the MarketPress plugin. Now we’d like to share this brand new video tutorial series for MarketPress with a complete guide to selling products, downloads, and services with WordPress. The Guide You can watch the entire series in this playlist on YouTube. Or, choose the videos […]


17 January 2013
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Automatically Post Customized Tweets From WordPress to Twitter

The quest for the perfect Twitter plugin can be a long road. There are hundreds of Twitter-related plugins on wordpress.org alone and more available from commercial plugin sites such as Codecanyon and the like. Since we do quite a bit of publishing on WPMU.org, we are always on the lookout for a solid, reliable plugin […]


17 January 2013
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MarketPress 2.8 Brings UPS Shipping Support and a Major Design Refresh

This week we’re excited to announce another major release of MarketPress. Version 2.8 is a massive update with some brand new features that we think you’re going to love. Most notably, MarketPress now supports UPS shipping. UPS Shipping Now Available You can offer UPS shipping by selecting ‘UPS’ under “Calculated Options” within the shipping settings. […]


16 January 2013
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Getting Started With WooCommerce: Launching Your Store

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Getting Started With WooCommerce WooCommerce brings serious big boy e-commerce to WordPress in the first part of our series we looked at installation and getting everything setup. Today we’re going to move on and talk about products, we’ll discuss the different product types WooCommerce offers […]


15 January 2013
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Add Subtle Background Patterns to WordPress

Subtle Patterns is a popular design resource for finding free, lightweight backgrounds to customize your website. Here you will patterns that are easy on the eyes and tile perfectly to create pleasant backgrounds. Subtle Background Patterns is a new plugin that lets you incorporate Subtle Patterns into the WordPress background customizer. It allows you to […]


15 January 2013
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Getting Started With WooCommerce: Initial Setup

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Getting Started With WooCommerce E-Commerce is massive, most of us use it and global e-commerce sales are set to top $1.25 trillion by 2013. Over the past few years it has become easier to start your own e-commerce store with products like ZenCart, Open Cart, […]