WordPress Debug Bar

With version 3.1 of WordPress comes the Admin Bar, which we introduced in a previous article, and this also allows to add your own entries. And so there is, created by the development team of WordPress, a Plugin for additional information available. The Plugin Debug Bar docks on the Admin Bar and gives, with one click on the new menu link, additional details of the installation.
These include the query, cache, PHP messages and hints and tips for obsolete functions.
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Plugin To Add Custom Field To An Attachment In WordPress

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The media library is on WordPress in some areas, certainly not perfect, but it has great potential. Each attachment can contain various metadata and also WordPress stores some data directly while uploading - for example a part of the Exif data of an image.

However, it might not be enough for you and you need some additional custom data with the attachment, whether in order to control something in the backend of WordPress, or even display the data in the front end to the image. So here is a small tutorial how to add an additional field. You can use this solution directly and adding a new field with the help of a Plugin.
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Custom WordPress Login-Page

In a previous post I wrote about the possibility to adjust the login page in your WordPress backend. But I still receive a lot of questions about it and I would like to point out three simple ways, so that you can customize with little effort the login page to your site - a nice added value in terms of customer projects which makes it look more professional instead having always the WordPress logo and the link displayed.
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