WordPress Jeopardy

The idea of a little game in WordPress came at the WordCamp Switzerland in early 2011. For an interactive session at the WordCamp Germany in Cologne in 2011, one of the creators Thomas, thought that it’d be nice to have a game-session.

On 24th of September started the first WordPress Jeopardy Game Session. For that, the whole room was divided in two teams to battle each other. The points were counted, but nobody really knows who won.
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Replace p-Tag on Images in Content of WordPress

Personally I think the use of HTML5 makes sense and I like the new possibilities, also in the field of semantics. WordPress has a feature on delivering content that come from the editor – setting breaks and paragraphs. Since forever WordPress is the reason for that, not TinyMCE and the same applies to the integration of images or other elements of this kind. In order to use HTML5 in a perfect way I had to replace the p-Tag with the figure-Tag and so is this small filter was created.
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How to Add and Deactivate the new Feature Pointer in WordPress 3.3

With WordPress version 3.3 comes with the Feature Pointer a well-known idea from other tools. We know this for example from Gmail or Google Doc where they notice you of new features, in which they point with bubbles to these new features. In WordPress 3.3, the Admin Bar has been redesigned successfully - I think - and this is the first time the feature pointer points to it.

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Change the Search-URL of WordPress

With WordPress it is easy to activate readable URLs. Only the search page is not affected by the setting yet, it comes with the syntax ?s as default. But there is a solution to change the URL as you wish.

The following example shows that even if you have permalinks activated, that the URL for the two searchterms wordpress and consulting looks like this: bueltge.de/?s=wordpress+consulting&submit=Search. With a little function, which communicates with the redirect, you can adjust the URL. In my case the URL with the two searchterms look like this with the following function: bueltge.de/search/wordpress+consulting.
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