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A gold mine for your functions.php file

If you have played with WordPress themes in the past, you know that there are many tutorials sites all around the web gathering and proposing small functions to insert into your theme to make it better/harder/faster/stronger… Here is the new kid on the block: WPfunction.me Careful though: it is sometimes better to create a small […]

A Multisite local environment with subdomains

If you use WordPress multisite locally, you know how painful it can be to add a new entry to your Hosts file every time you start working on a new project. That’s why I chose to work with subdirectories instead of subdomains when I work locally. Luckily, Konstantin came up with a simple code snippet […]

Using post formats? You need this new plugin!

If you have played with WordPress post formats, you know that they can be really powerful, but that so far the Edit panel interface does not provide any special tools depending on which post format you selected. But Alex King and his team have now released a plugin that creates a great Post formats UI. […]

Preview all new features of WordPress 3.3

If you wish to have a look at the upcoming features that will be included into the next major WordPress release, Andrew Nacin walked through all new functionnalities in the following video. I am not sure which feature I prefer so far: there are so many new cool things coming up! The pointers, the new […]

Peaxl, a new marketplace for Parent & Child WordPress themes

If you were looking for something new, and wanted to play with parent and child themes in WordPress, you will be happy to know that a new player has arrived in the WordPress themes market: Peaxl is a Swiss-based team composed of 3 web-designers, and they have chosen to approach the WordPress theme selling market […]