We will soon be posting a guide to customising the WordPress admin for your clients, in the meantime this videocast by Troy Dean will give you ton of valuable information on this topic. If you enjoyed this post, make sure to subscribe to WPMayor’s RSS feed. About Jean GaleaJean Galea is a WordPress developer, entrepreneur and padel player. He is the founder of WP Mayor, the plugins WP RSS Aggregator and EDD Bookings, as well as the Mastermind.fm podcast. His personal blog can be found at jeangalea.com.
Japheth Thomson presented on WordPress as a development platform at WordCamp Melbourne. You can check him out on his website and on Twitter at @japh.
In our new interviews section we will be meeting WordPress developers from all around the world. This month we start off with Brad Trivers, who is based in Canada and has made the switch to WordPress in recent years. In this interview we learn more about why he chose WordPress and how he uses our favourite CMS. Hi Brad, thanks for joining up for this interview. Let’s start with an introduction. Tell us about your web development business in general and where WordPress comes into the picture. First off, thank you for interviewing me! I started developing simple websites way…
HTML 5 is now more like the present than the future, and WordPress theme developers should stand up and take notice. Why not try and implement HTML 5 in your next WordPress project. We bring you all the resources you will need to get started immediately with HTML and WordPress.
An important thing to consider when blogging is that people will want to print interesting articles, maybe because they prefer reading them in printed format, or maybe they just want to keep a hard copy. Whatever the reason, we need to provide an easy way for our users to print the posts and pages on our WordPress site. Learn how…
In this article we explore the various PHP IDE options available for editing WordPress files and building themes and plugins. We expand on our two winners: Notepad++ and Netbeans for PHP.
A very cool infographic showing the new features of WordPress 3.1.
Hooks are very useful in WordPress. They allow you to hook a custom function to an existing function, which allows you to modify WordPress’ functionality without editing core files.