Here's a very simple question to a potentially confusing problem relating to how WordPress relates ID's, slugs, and tags when dealing with URLs.
Tom McFarlin, doing what Tom McFarlin does over on wpTuts+. Go read about why boilerplates matter. I personally use versions of both of his settings and plugin boilerplates, which you can get from the links in his post. Go read it!
Knowing hook priorities is important. Here is a simple example to show you why it’s important.
Matty Cohen has written a very nice post in Torque Mag about sustaining value in WordPress products. I especially like what he notes on debunking the myth that features are equivalent to value. And as he notes, harmony between two products can indeed provide tremendous value. For a quick presentation to complement Matt’s post, I’d…
Although the official WordPress source code still lives in a Subversion repository, you can contribute patches without having to touch svn
Websites are complicated these days. Even when we work locally, we typically still need to make a bunch of calls to external, online applications, on any given page load. If you’re ever without an internet connection, but still attempt to work (novel concept, right?), then you have experienced this frustration. Andrew Norcross recently created a…