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WordPress is the most powerful CMS framework available at the moment. It can be used to create highly flexible and extendable websites with very little work.
Note: Everything I’m talking about here, including the code, is in beta mode.
April 10th, 2012 by Frank • WordPress Hacks • 12 Comments
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Prevent automatic image compression By default, WordPress compress jpg images when you upload them to your blog. This is useful because it saves bandwidth and loading time, but sometimes you may prefer to have full quality images (For example, if you’re a photographer using WordPress to showcase your work).
Give your site a boost! Implement crucial optimization techniques that will improve not only your ySlow score, but your Google rank too. In this tutorial we will cover all aspects of W3 caching, ySlow, Google page speed, CSS sprites & htaccess rules, to achieve a high ySlow score like i have done on my blog.
Google's free font directory is one of the most exciting developments in web typography in a very long time. The amazing rise of this new font resource has made this plugin the most popular font plugin on WordPress and it shows no signs of stopping.
There are many reasons webmasters should adopt WordPress as their content management system. Having access to thousands of plugins available for this platform is a pretty good reason.
Update: We now have a dedicated button page for you, where you can grab the code for the button much faster and customise it right there.
With Time Release, you set your blog to publish a post after some period of inactivity.
I recently got a email from a plugin developer, with regards to him having compatibility issues with one of the plugins I had developed. It turned out that both our plugins used a popular library called PclZip for adding archiving features. Due to the compatibility issue, accessing his plugin would cause a fatal PHP error saying that the PclZip class cannot be re-declared, when both our plugins were activated.
We created this function because the native WordPress function for adding body classes creates way too many, most are never used, and it doesn’t create some that you do need. Our way is more simple and for 93% of developers it’s more useful (undocumented statistic) . Here’s what it does: First, check to see if you are on one of the following and create a class if so: home, 404, category, search, tag. We then make a class prefixed by page_ that has the name of the page or post in it. Then we check to see if the page has a parent, if so, we create a class prefixed by parent_ and put the parent name there.