Recurring content is present in just about all WordPress themes, and handling it properly is important to keep themes lean, extensible and scalable. So what’s the right approach for handling recurring content in different situations?
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Here are some commonly unknown WordPress functions I’ve come across when developing with WordPress. A few little gems that I wish I discovered long before I needed them.
Justin Sternberg has written a nice and thorough post geared toward beginning programmers to cover common PHP methodologies. I definitely recommend reading this for those that may recognize certain techniques, but don’t really fully understand them. I love beginner tutorials like this.
When you buy a WordPress plugin, what are you actually buying? Is it software? Access to support and updates? Something in between?
CrowdFavorite has officially released a Ruby gem that they’ve been using for some time that allows for deploying WordPress sites with Capistrano. They talk about how it’s different from Mark Jaquith’s WP-Stack, which you may have heard of, in the announcement post. Also included in the release was a Ruby gem called Steps, that produces…