New Ideas For 2010? Now It’s Your Turn!

We wish all our readers a Happy, Successful and Healthy New Year! We hope you enjoyed WP Engineer 2009 and you will keep reading our blog in the common years! To make WP Engineer more interesting for you, we would like to hear from you, what you like to read on our blog!

2009 past by very fast and the number of our daily visitors grew very fast too, thanks to everyone! For all your comments, ideas, suggestions, criticism and compliments. We greatly enjoyed providing you tips and tricks about WordPress. And we would greatly appreciate if you can provide us with new ideas and suggestions what we could write about in 2010. We like to have a user driven content – unique, new, interesting, helpful and informative posts, which the vast majority of our readers find useful and worth reading. So leave your ideas in our comment area and we will try to accomplish your wishes.

We also like to thank our sponsors and guest authors, if you like to be one of them, please contact us and we will get in touch with you. Also thanks to everyone that our Advent Calendar was a huge success! Without the help of our readers, guest authors and sponsors we wouldn ‘t have had such a success with it!

We wish everyone a Happy New Year!

Alex – Frank – Micha

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  1. Alphawolf

    A great New Year’s Eve back at you, guys! 🙂

  2. JhezeR

    Yeah…HAPPY NEW YEAR 2010

    Indonesian Bloggers

  3. Chris Coyier

    Did you get my last email? I think that’s a lovely idea =)

  4. Michael

    Chris: yes. We are working on a solution. Give us some days to test it 😉

  5. Chris Coyier

    Yes! That’s awesome.

  6. shawn

    I’m really hoping that 2010 will be the year of the ‘custom write pages’ now that we have post_types capability in 2.9, esp when 3.0 comes out and fully extends post_types.

    It would be really nice to find some really in depth articles on creating write panels styled the way we choose, and just how many doors are opening up with post_types turning wp into more of a cms than just a blogging platform.

  7. Tomáš Kapler

    I would like to learn how to add simple rewrites. E.g. rewrite login url. I have tried

    add_action(‘init’, ‘mc_admin_url’);
    function mc_admin_url() {
    add_rewrite_rule(‘admin’, ‘wp-login.php’,’top’);

    in my functions.php, but it does not work

  8. fritzthecat

    hi, happy new year and thanks for all your tips.

    I’d be interested in more Ajax, XML-RPC, and suchlike. Basically, how to talk directly to the WP core bypassing the_loop

  9. mike

    Yes all the best> Heres to new ideas and inventions

  10. r-a-y

    Hey Frank,

    Your blog is one of the best when it comes to uncovering WordPress’ many layers.

    Here’s a quick idea for a blog post:
    Is there a way to limit comments on a post to one per (registered) user?