Function Reference/load child theme textdomain This article is a ROUGH DRAFT. The author is still working on this document, so please do not edit this without the author's permission. The content within this article may not yet be verified or valid. 5 Ways to Increase the PHP Memory Limit in WordPress In case you are a blogger & you use WordPress; on some hosts you’ll notice a ‘Fatal Error : Memory Size Exhausted’ when you install a lot of plugins, upgrade to the latest WordPress version or even you’ll find an error in your Dashboard widget which prevents them from loading fully. In case you want to reduce your plugins, then you can take a look at the Top 10 WordPress Plugins I use on DailyBlogging. Such types of problems arise because the PHP Memory Limit of your Host is pretty less than what the process requires for performing it’s functions.
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Collection Of WordPress Cheatsheets In this post you will find the biggest collection of WordPress cheat sheets. Cheat sheet is a reference tool that provides simple, brief instructions for accomplishing a specific task. Hope you will like the list. Don’t forget to subscribe to the feed if you would like to be informed for the latest posts. Issues with multiple loops and sticky posts on index.php I've had a look through the codex at the documentation for the loop and for sticky posts and I can't quite figure out what my issue is. What I'm trying to accomplish is on the FIRST page of index.php, I want to show ONE sticky post IF there is one, then the first post formatted with class="first-post", then the remaining posts formatted with class="even" or class="odd". For subsequent pages using index.php, I just want to show class="odd" or class="even". The even/odd and first-post stuff is working fine EXCEPT if I have a sticky post published.
10 Excellent HTML5, CSS3 & JS Tuts + Demos CSS Navigation Bar A sublime hover effect that is crying to be utilized. 3D Cube Rotate Menu A sleek 3D cube rotation effect on each link in the menu. WordPress AJAX Comments There are many functionalities on the web that were just begging to be AJAXified. Whether it be voting on a poll or simply commenting on a blog post, there's really no reason to reload an entire page for something so simple. This blog has featured AJAX comments in WordPress for years, but only recently did I find the most optimized way to process those comments. Here's how to handle the WordPress PHP side of AJAX comment systems. Add the following function with your theme's function.php file:
Function Reference/wp list pages Function Reference/wp list pages Languages: 中文(简体) • English • 日本語 • (Add your language) Description Displays a list of WordPress Pages as links. It is often used to customize the Sidebar or Header, but may be used in other Templates as well. 4 Ways to Loop with WordPress At the heart of the WordPress theme template is the venerable WordPress loop. When you're looking at your index.php file, for example, the loop is the part that typically begins with if(have_posts()) and contains all the tags and markup used to generate the page. The default loop works perfectly well for most single-loop themes, but for more advanced designs with stuff like multiple and custom loops, more looping power is needed. Fortunately, WordPress provides plenty of flexibility with four ways to loop: Each of these looping methods is useful in a variety of situations.