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Wordpress incredible plugins and themes package - 11 views

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    Get all the tools you need to transform you rblog into an ecommerce, a link directory, a community website, a Cms, an autoblog, an auction website, a portfolio, mobile browser ready, but not only, with WpBox.info you can protect your blog fromm spam and virus, increase revenue from adsense and affiliate, improve your Seo rankings, manage links, content and database and more... Over 600Mb filled with over 600 plugins and over 170 themes are waiting for you. This cost like an ebook but is not a single ebook unusefull, you can setup the new blog that you have in mind in seconds with WpBox.info trust me
Maggie Wolfe Riley

Digging Into WordPress - the book! - 4 views

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    Two of my favorite web designers with super helpful blogs, Chris Coyier of CSS Tricks and Jeff Starr of Perishable Press, have just released their new collaboration! The book, "Digging Into WordPress," is now available as a PDF download, and if you buy the PDF book now, you will be eligible for a "sweet discount" on the hard copy of the book when it comes out, plus receive updates free. They've done a great job on this book, which covers setting up WordPress, anatomy of a WordPress theme, theme design and development, extending functionality including using WordPress as a CMS, working with RSS feeds, SEO, dealing with comments, and keeping your site "healthy." I already followed both of these designers before they began their collaboration, and have found countless useful tutorials, code snippets, design ideas, and much more on both of their sites - I've relied on Perishable Press as a source for great unobtrusive javascript code, and on CSS-Tricks for all kinds of other useful tools for making valid, functional, and beautiful sites. This book is bound to be a valuable reference to anyone who works with WordPress.
Anna Taylor

Open Source Content Management: One Big Happy (Disfunctional) Family - 1 views

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    Content management systems have effectively replaced much of the tedious HTML and CSS work that was required to make changes to a website. A custom theme for your CMS still takes time and an experienced professional to execute, but business owners no longer face the hassle of learning code or paying a developer for ongoing changes for simple adjustments to content.
shaliniverma

Why Wordpress is Considered As The Best CMS!!! - 0 views

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    If you want a great looking website, which is not only affordable, but also effective and adaptable, then wordpress is the best web platform to go with. There are many reasons behind the rising popularity of WordPress those explained in this post. Read it...
awqi zar

Digging into WordPress - 0 views

shared by awqi zar on 31 Aug 09 - Cached
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    Chris Coyier (from CSS-Tricks) and Jeff Starr (from Perishable Press) are two of my favorite web design bloggers and writers - they have teamed up to write a book on WordPress, which will be online here and this is the blog that goes with it. Awesome!
Vernon Fowler

Theme Development « WordPress Codex - 0 views

  • Create a screenshot for your theme. The screenshot should be named screenshot.png, and should be placed in the top level directory. The screenshot should accurately show the theme design, and it could be saved in PNG, JPEG or GIF format. The recommended image size is 300x225.
Clay Leben

Beginning WordPress 3 | sillybean.net - 8 views

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    Wordpress 3 book
Vernon Fowler

Child Themes « WordPress Codex - 0 views

  • A child theme resides in its own directory in wp-content/themes. The scheme below shows the location of a child theme along with its parent theme (Twenty Twelve) in a typical WordPress directory structure:
  • This directory can contain as little as a style.css file, and as much as any full-fledged WordPress theme contains: style.css (required) functions.php (optional) Template files (optional) Other files (optional)
  • @import url("../twentytwelve/style.css");
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  • Note on the @import rule There must be no other CSS rules above the @import rule. If you put other rules above it, it will be invalidated and the stylesheet of the parent will not be imported.
  • Unlike style.css, the functions.php of a child theme does not override its counterpart from the parent. Instead, it is loaded in addition to the parent’s functions.php. (Specifically, it is loaded right before the parent’s file.)
  • But, when creating child themes, be aware that using add_theme_support('post-formats') will override the formats as defined by the parent theme, not add to it.
  • A child theme can override any parental template by simply using a file with the same name.
sandy doank

Tutorial Instal Wordpress In Computer Local Server - Gang Tutorial - 0 views

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    Tutorial Instal Wordpress In Computer Local Server
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