Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Here is a tiny piece of php code which enables you to create a zip/archive file by using php's built-in ZipArchive extension.
WordPress is awesome. Even more awesome is the fact that it can be customized to power any type of site you like! Here, we'll be learning how to create a featured and "latest posts" section - easily a 'must-have' for all good News/Magazine themes. We'll also go over using the 'Custom Fields' to their fullest potential.
In this video tutorial I am going to show how to add author box in your wordpress blog. Because it is very important for each post, then only visitors can know about author. In author details you can put your Rss feed link and what are all the links you want, you can add in that author box description.
Tutorial on how to retrieve user input data from form fields using PHP POST and GET metods.
I’m often asked about how to create an extremely simple MVC boilerplate for small projects which don’t require a massive framework, like CodeIgniter or CakePHP. We’ll build a solution in ten minutes or so.
Hooks are very useful in WordPress. They allow you to “hook” custom functions to an existing function, and allow you to modify WordPress’ functionality without editing the core files. This article shows simple usage of WordPress hook. The hook we are using here is post_publish, to restrict a specific word from post title You can read for more : http://www.dynamicwp.net/articles-and-tutorials/how-to-restrict-a-specific-word-from-post-title/
WordPress is such a great tool for bloggers and publishers. I`m not making any differentiation between digital writers and others because WordPress, being a CMS, can handle any type of website. But as much as they love to offer free content to the masses, they still have to monetize WordPress in someway and what`s the most convenient way if not Google Adsense?
In this first part of series, I will show you how to create a basic CodeIgniter install and add Doctrine as a plug-in. Doctrine is an Object Relational Mapper for PHP.
This tutorial provides a few simple techniques for protecting yourself and your web site from spammers. It does this from two perspectives: protecting your web site from being spammed (this article)
In this post, I will show you how to add a custom field to the WooCommerce checkout page.
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