WordPress 2.7 is expected to be released in November 2008. The WordPress development team posted an entry on the WordPress development blog regarding the WordPress 2.7 navigation options. Go ahead and take the survey and make yourself heard.
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.
When you use HTML special symbols on your website pages, it is better to use the actual unicode HTML entities to ensure (X)HTML validation and proper encoding of the content on your pages to all users.
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.
With CakePHP, the controller core automatically detects the file name of the view file which needs to be rendered from a controller action. You might want to reuse an existent view for an action or specify a different file name.
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.
Have you ever received a fatal error on your server similar to the one below when you tried to execute a script? The fatal error shown below, indicates that your PHP configuration has a memory limit set and the script which you are executing is trying to allocate more memory than what is available for
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.