In this guide/tutorial, I will show you how to build a WordPress Thickbox plugin which allows you to use the Thickbox library on your WordPress website and display images in an overlay on the front-end of your site.
I wrote a useful article/tutorial over at BloggingRocket which guides you through the process of installing WordPress with Shell Access. Please feel free to check it out and comment.
I recently integrated a blog and documentation base into the Tribulant.com website and noticed after a few days that my WordPress.com stats stopped working completely after switching the theme.
The WordPress Shopping Cart plugin gives you the ability to quickly and seamlessly integrate an online shop with a fully functional shopping cart interface into any WordPress website.
When you develop a WordPress plugin or theme, you might want to make use of the jQuery library included and distributed with the WordPress package.
First off, you have to know that not all WordPress plugins can be translated. The plugin developer(s) had to take the necessary steps such as using the WordPress __() and _e() functions and load_plugin_textdomain() in order to parse the strings/text of the plugin through the localization system.
The WordPress get_pages function works similar to the get_posts function which fetches posts from the database by criteria. The get_pages function takes different arguments and allows you to take control of parent and child pages as you execute the function.
If you’ve been trying to write posts in the WordPress TinyMCE editor using the Safari web browser, you might have noticed that breaklines are not correctly treated and that your posts end up being a single block of text rather than paragraphs as expected.
I wrote a simple, yet extremely useful WordPress pagination class. The class is not complete yet, and I work on it as I move along and need new features or actions. So you have the freedom to take the class and customize/expand it as you might need to. First off, you can download the class