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PHP Tutorials — Content Management Systems

PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 5 years ago
The flexibility and design options offered by WordPress have made it a popular choice for web design and blog creation.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 5 years ago
The WordPress site URL WP_SITEURL is the value which defines where the core WordPress files will be. This values needs to include the http:// but should not include a trailing slash as this is added by WordPress when constructing links. To set this in the Admin area go to Settings -> General settings.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 5 years ago
In this step by step tutorial I’ll show you how you EASILY can create a contact form using the WordPress plugin Contact Form 7. Without any technica knowledge you can add a professional looking contact form to your blog or CMS in a few steps.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 5 years ago
Whenever you upload an image using the WordPress media library and add this image to your post, WordPress will automatically add the image Width and Height attribute in the image element.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 5 years ago
Ever since WordPress version 2.6 you can actually move your wp-content directory to a different location. The wp-content directory will store all your theme files, plugin files and images.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 5 years ago
We already know that WordPress is a great blogging tool, but did you know that it’s also very easy to turn WordPress into a CMS (Content Management Tool)? In fact, a lot of websites are built on WordPress, because it’s so easy to use. In this post I’ll explain how you can turn your own WordPress blog into a CMS.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 5 years ago
The default text editor in WordPress is TinyMce, with this you get lots of additional features. It allows your content authors to change anything they want with the content they are creating.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 5 years ago
When your server returns a 404 this needs to be handled so that your not just displaying the default browser page. Normally this will be done with htaccess by detecting a 404 error and redirecting the user to your own 404 page.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 5 years ago
One of the useful scripts in this list is the jQuery UI features. In this tutorial you will learn how to add a field in WordPress which uses this jQuery UI to create a field which is a date picker.
PHP » Content Management Systems — almost 5 years ago
In a previous tutorial you would of learnt how you can create your own theme options page using the Settings API. You might of also seen the tutorial about default WordPress scripts which come with the WordPress core. In this tutorial we are going to use both of these tutorials to create a colour picker on your theme options page using the default WordPress scripts.
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