Oct 30th, 2009 - 21 Comments »
WordPress is not only a great blogging tool but a great content management platform that provides a lot of ways to let you hack into into its functionality to make it do whatever you want. Here are 12 lesser known wordpress hacks/ tricks that you might find useful for your next WordPress related project.
Most of these hacks require your WordPress template to have functions.php file, if it doesn’t exist, create one.
1. Add private notes to your WordPress blog posts
If you would like to add reference notes to your posts that will only be visible to authors of your blog, add this function to your theme’s functions.php file which will create a shortcode [note] so that you can add notes for authors by including them in [note] and [/note] while writing the post. read more..
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Oct 15th, 2009 In jQuery
Today, we’ll be creating a nice user poll script using jQuery and PHP utilizing AJAX and animation effects of jQuery to spice up the user interface and provide a rich user experience. Let’s get started. Set up the database For storing poll questions, options and votes, we’ll be using a MySQL database. Here is the […]
Oct 13th, 2009 In PHP
PHP is the most popular and widely accepted server side scripting language among developers due to its easy to learn nature, free of cost and its large ever increasing helpful community. Here are 25 useful PHP techniques and tutorials, most of which have been published only in this year. 1. Facebook type image rotation and […]