22 March 2013
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Cross-Platform Sass and Compass in WordPress

I find it particularly interesting when other developers share their workflow tips and tricks. It can be very helpful to take a sneak-peak into somebody else’s development world and find out what tools they are using to make their own life easier. Well today I’m going to show you a portion of my own workflow […]


21 March 2013
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A Beginner’s Guide to Enqueuing jQuery

One of the best things about WordPress is its vibrant economy. For many users, it’s trivially easy to find themes to fit the design for which they’re aiming, or to find plugins that provide functionality that they want to introduce into their site. But how many of you – as developers or designers – have […]


21 March 2013
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CISPA is Back: Protect Internet Freedom and Join the Protest on Your WordPress Blog

We defeated CISPA once before but it’s back and internet freedom is under attack again. The Internet Defense League is an online activist group that has organized to help defend internet freedoms and make people aware of bills that threaten your right to privacy. They’ve put together a “Cat Signal“, which coordinates a large number […]


21 March 2013
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WordPress.tv Needs You!

WordPress.tv has long been a great community resource for all WordPress related video. That goes for screencasts, tutorials, guides, WordCamp presentations, and much more. At long last, they’ve turned to the community for help. Yep! Now anybody can submit their WordPress screencasts, videos, interviews, reports, reviews and videocasts to WordPress.tv for the whole community learn […]


20 March 2013
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Quick Tip: After the Content – Related Posts

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series After the Content Sure, content is king but if you don’t provide useful parts with the content, you can say that the emperor is naked. Seriously, wouldn’t you find it odd to see nothing else than the title and the content on a page? Unless […]


19 March 2013
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The Best Social Integration Plugins For WordPress Reviewed

There are over 350 WordPress Plugins tagged “Share” in the WordPress plugin directory. But most of them, let’s be honest, fall short, with the exception of a handful of excellent winners. I’d say there are three facets to social integration: Engagement, Self Promotion, and Viral Value. Whilst you can force none of these, there are […]


19 March 2013
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WordPress Multisite Guide for Beginners: Unlock the Power of Networks

Even the average user can see that WordPress is a powerful and flexible platform. But there’s more to WordPress than meets the eye. Just below the surface, and somewhat hidden away, there is an even more powerful mode that WordPress possesses – a mode called Multisite. Enabling this mode allows you to turn a single […]


19 March 2013
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Meet Slide In — Tell Your Audience What’s Up At The Perfect Moment

At WMPU DEV we’ve released a fresh plugin that lets you connect with your audience — at the perfect moment! Meet Slide In Slide In is an easy marketing tool that allows you to create messages that slide in and show themselves to your users at the exact moment you pick. Whether you wish to […]


19 March 2013
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Build an amazing appointments website

Setting up an appointment management solution on your website can be fiddly, not to mention expensive. Take the hassle out of scheduling bookings and manage them yourself – all within your WordPress site – with WPMU DEV’s Appointments+ plugin. It will save you a fortune – and it’s easy peasy to set up. Appointments+ is […]


19 March 2013
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Custom Page Template Page Based on URL Rewrite

Ever wondered about WordPress custom URL rewrites? Here I was dealing with an interesting problem. I wanted to add a rewrite rule on a permalink and wanted to use a custom template for that rewrite rule. However, this is not an exhaustive post about how to do rewrite rules, there is a very good detailed […]