Tag: development

  • Custom Pagination without WordPress Plugins

    Custom Pagination without WordPress Plugins

    On day 9 of our Advents Calendar we show a custom pagination function which allows a user to insert custom next, previous or numbered page links into a post. Use the follow code for an custom plugin or insert the function in your theme, inside the functions.php. Please see the second code-area for an example […]

  • 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 […]

  • Plugin To Add Custom Field To An Attachment In WordPress

    Plugin To Add Custom Field To An Attachment In WordPress

    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 […]

  • WordPress Template Tag Reference Guide

    WordPress Template Tag Reference Guide

    There is a new, nicely organized, Reference Guide for Template Tags in WordPress 3.0. This is a nice resource next to the Codex for Template Tags. Visual nicely done and containing only the minimum information, the guide is a perfect tool when developing Themes. Have fun using it.

  • Post Formats – More Creative Ways For A Theme

    First day of our Advent Calendar we show tiny code snippets and brief informations for the Post Formats from WordPress version 3.1. Some theme authors wanted more defined formats – they wanted the feature “post formats”. This new functionality will be available in WordPress 3.1 and displays an additional meta-information. The Codex for this functionality […]

  • Stop WordPress From Ever Logging Out

    You don’t always want to login in WordPress – so I’ve turned off the login for my local development environment, since I don’t need it. So far I know two ways how to do this, which I want to introduce you briefly. Decide for yourself which is the right way for you if you don’t […]