WordPress: Plugin Anatomy 101

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In this post I will be showing you how to get a plugin working and displaying some text on your page. But before we create our plugin we must know what one is. A plugin allows us to add extra functionality to our site. It does this by using hooks. Hooks are placed into locations… Read more »

WordPress: Function of the week #1

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So this is the first function of the week and I have decided to go with “WP_Query”. So why I have I decided to go with this one? Well it’s really useful that’s why. So what is this function? This function allows you to do your own queries with WP posts. So this basically allows… Read more »

WordPress: Plugins

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WordPress plugins are very useful they allow you to alter the way WordPress works and adds extra functionality to your site. Plugins can come in different forms and act differently. So what types of plugins are available? Well we have Widgets, Admin, Background and Front End. Except for widgets these are the names that I… Read more »

IE Pinned Plug in Update

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So what have I been up to the last few days. Well mainly working on my plug in for WordPress. IE Pinned is a plug in for IE9. Sorry fellow Chrome users. The plug in basically makes your site to be pinned to the task bar if you have Windows 7. I have released a version 0.1… Read more »

IE9 and Site Pinning

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Yesterday I installed IE9. This is the only program that I know that when I installed it had to switch pretty much everything off. This is because it integrates into Windows. Which means that it has a few more features than other browsers. One of those features is Site Pinning.