With the significant increase of Wordpress bloggers, there is a growing need for useful tips to allow the customizing of your WordPress powered site. Here are some top code snippets to help you extend the capabilities of your Wordpress site.
6 months ago · 225 views 20 likes. Here is a little collection of code snippets that i use every day when i'm building sites based on wordpress. And of course, i had to try out these new fancy posting system:) If you like these codes, i can post more in the future. Clean the head. By default, the head tag of the site is pretty messy, and i don't like that, i always try to keep thing simple.
Here are useful code snippets and hacks that will help you extend the capabilities of your WordPress site, and of course save your time. How to Display a Thumbnail from a Youtube Using a Shortcode. First, you need to create the shortcode. To do so, copy the code below and paste it into your functions.php file.
WordPress has grown to be commonly defined as the core solution for your blogging needs. It is the most recognized and sought after Content Management System by writers and designers. Consequently, over the past few years there has been a voluble increase in WordPress blogs, this has caused the “need” for useful tips, tricks, and hacks, all made to allow the customizing of your WordPress powered site.
For this second edition of the “how to better code WordPress themes” series, I want to cover properly including files and templates in WordPress themes. This is one of those areas that many themes seem to get wrong. You might not think loading a file would be such a difficult task, but there are some things you have to be considerate of in WordPress.
One of the ways we endeavor to improve productivity when building WordPress templates is to have snippets of code available to us very quickly, through the use of tab-triggered shortcuts. In this article I will share with you 10 of my most-used snippets that I feel every developer should have at their fingertips.
If you are developing WordPress themes or you just want to improve your current one you will find code snippets very handy. These will help you to save time and improve your themes fast. Most of the snippets I have collected here are short and does not require hours to implement. Just take a look at them, read a comment from the author and implement it into your blog.
Published on April 12th, 2010by Jean-Baptiste Jung. WordPress 3.0, scheduled to launch May 1st, 2010, will be a real revolution for the blogging system. With new functionalities such as custom post types, developers will be able to create more complex and more powerful sites based on WordPress. In this article, I have compiled the most useful resources to get you started with WordPress 3.0.