Themeswell has entered the WordPress solutions arena. A theme design platform that allows designers to create WordPress themes without using HTML, CSS, or PHP coding, Themeswell’s goal is to let designers have fun being designers again.
So you’ve got about a dozen projects running on WordPress. Some of them are somehow customized, but most are using the same plugins or even the same themes. What do you do if your plugins or themes get outdated, or if a new version comes along? Going through all the websites and updating the plugins manually doesn’t sound very exciting, does it?
WP Remote to the rescue….
As many of you surely know, WordPress is released under the GPL licence, as are many other open-source software e.g. Linux.
Although you might know that WordPress is GPL-licenced, you might not be aware of what the licence actually consists of and how it affects us as users and developers. Let’s take a look….
We continue our series of interviews with WordPress rockstars today by having a chat with Pippin Williamson, a very talented plugin developer who is known for his many plugins available on CodeCanyon, as well as his tutorial site Pippin’s Plugins.
Pippin has managed to create a freelance business focusing on WordPress plugin development, and I am sure it will be very interesting for those of you out there who dream of concentrating fully on WordPress work in a freelance environment.
Being a freelance developer myself, I found Pippin’s hardware setup as well as his views on marketing oneselff very interesting. Read on…
Having a Multilanguage WordPress site is crucial for many businesses. We compare the two best WP multilingual plugins: WPML vs QTranslate.
PHP’s cURL library can be used to connect and login to your WordPress dashboard. This can be used for automation purposes. Let’s find out how to do this in today’s code hacking session.
As an aid to plugin developers, we will be frequently posting code snippets or tutorials about best practices. Today we will be dealing with the simplest and most essential part of a WordPress plugin, the comments found in the plugin’s main PHP file, aka the header.
At WPMayor we have recently introduced guest bloggers to our website, in order to continue bringing the best WordPress tips to our readers. When creating such a multi-author blog, a nice touch is that of adding a bio box at the end of a guest post. Basically this is a box containing a photo of the guest blogger and some details about him. Let’s explore how this can be done via plugins and also via manual coding.
We’ve made it easier for you folks to follow new developments on WPMayor. By installing today’s WPMayor Dashboard Feed you will have access to the latest feed from WPMayor direct from your WordPress dashboard.