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Documentation - Events Manager for WordPress. Installation and Setup For those of you new to Events Manager, we highly recommend you check out our getting started page, which gives a quick overview of how to get up and running.

Documentation - Events Manager for WordPress

Your Events Once you’ve installed Events Manager, it’s time to start adding event and locations! Here’s some handy links to help you along the way. Advanced Usage Requires knowledge of HTML.There are several ways of showing your events throughout your site. Placeholders – change event page information/layoutsConditional Placeholders – placeholders that display on conditions being metShortcodes – for pages/postsEvent Search Attributes – add filters and options to shortcodesEvent and Location List Grouping – powerful grouping logic for your lists, such as showing first upcoming event in each townCustom Event/Location Fields – Add custom fields to your eventsImporting and Exporting (new!)

Developer Docs & Tutorials Finding Help If after reading the documentation you get stuck, there’s a lot of places to find help. Page-specific CSS and Javascript using Wordpress Custom Fields. Page-specific CSS and Javascript using WordPress Custom Fields Written by Paul on August 11, 2008 DLB‘s latest project is a website with some content-complexity, using WordPress as a Content Management System.

Page-specific CSS and Javascript using Wordpress Custom Fields

WordPress is functional as a custom CMS largely because of Custom Fields, which allow you to assign an arbitrary amount of meta-data to a post (the core element of a WordPress site). Now, on this website, it came about that some of the pages needed specific Javascript classes and methods, and even more than that needed custom CSS classes. Immediately, it occurred to me that this could be handled through custom fields. Put the fully qualified URI of the file into a custom field.

The Complete Guide To Custom Post Types. WordPress has been gaining a foothold in the general content management system (CMS) game for a few years now, but the real breakthrough was the custom post type mechanism which allows for the creation of a wide variety of content.

The Complete Guide To Custom Post Types

Let’s take a look at how this came to be and all the options that this great functionality offers. 1Some of the custom post types you can create in WordPress. What It Used To Be Like In practice, custom post types have been around for a long time, more specifically since February 17, 2005, when WordPress 1.5 added support for static pages, creating the post_type database field. The wp_insert_post() function has been around since WordPress 1.0, so when the post_type field was implemented in 1.5, you could simply set the post_type value when inserting a post. By version 2.8, the register_post_type() function and some other helpful things were added to the nightly builds, and when 2.9 came out, the functions became available to everyone. Plugin API. Plugin API Languages: বাংলা • English • Español • Français • 日本語 • 한국어 • Português do Brasil • ไทย • 中文(简体) • Русский • (Add your language) Introduction This page documents the API (Application Programming Interface) hooks available to WordPress plugin developers, and how to use them.

Plugin API

This article assumes you have already read Writing a Plugin, which gives an overview (and many details) of how to develop a plugin. This article is specifically about the API of "Hooks", also known as "Filters" and "Actions", that WordPress uses to set your plugin in motion. These hooks may also be used in themes, as described here. Hooks, Actions and Filters. Extending the WordPress XML RPC API - CodeForest - web development and programming blog. XML-RPC is a remote procedure call (RPC) protocol which uses XML for data handling and HTTP as a data transport mechanism.

Extending the WordPress XML RPC API - CodeForest - web development and programming blog

XML-RPC also refers generically to the use of XML for remote procedure call, independently of the specific protocol. Basically, client uses XML to encode parameters for remote calling, send that XML through HTTP request to XML-RPC server, which executes remote method and return XML encoded response back to the client. WordPress uses XML-RPC interface and currently support the Blogger API, metaWeblog API, Movable Type API, and the Pingback API. Original idea behind this interface was to allow people to easily exchange content between popular blogging platforms and WordPress platform. But it is even more powerful, allowing developers to write their own methods. WordPress 3.4 - Important Things You Need to Know. WordPress 3.4 was released few days back, codenamed “Green” after the guitarist Grant Green.

WordPress 3.4 - Important Things You Need to Know

Just like every stable release of WP, version 3.4 too brings many big and small changes to the table. With something as popular as WordPress, missing out on a feature or two is obviously natural. Plus, with the plethora of awesome features that WP 3.4 comes with you may need a guide like this to help you discover them all. If you are also overwhelmed by the features of WP 3.4, have no fear! We’ve got you covered! In this article, we take a close look at some of the major additions of WordPress 3.4. Customization Beyond Imagination!