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If you do the following, you’re a terrible person: There is absolutely no reason for prepare to be on a separate line. Here’s how you do it the right way: One line. Simple, easy to read, and not confusing.
We all use it, we love it, and we want to learn it, teach others, and help WordPress become even better. We are all WordPress. – Jackie Dana
#hackTO the second happened this past Saturday (Sept 26, 2010), and like the first one, it was awesome. We got a fresh batch of APIs (though, some returning) to play with, way too much sugar, and a lot of new … Continue reading
Tired of all those boring emails that you get from WordPress? Do you dread opening emails from WordPress because plain text and/or over-querystringified links terrify you? Rest easy friend, HTML emails for WordPress are here. HTML Emails replaces the standard … Continue reading
HTML emails from WordPress? Yes, please! Coming very, very soon!
Edit Flow was bumped up to v0.3 last week and saw a flurry of other updates as bugs cropped up that I had managed to miss during the testing phase before release. The main focus of this release was to introduce … Continue reading
Update (2010-01-09): So turns out wpengineer.com had this figured out a while back (i.e. October 2008). Regardless, it was a good opportunity for me to dig into the WordPress core and figure out what’s going on. …or in “proper” English: … Continue reading
Update: sorry, should have pointed out that this idea was inspired by wireframes posted by Anthony Pesce (of the Populous project). Here’s an idea that I thought might be a useful addition to Edit Flow especially once we add in … Continue reading
This is the outcome of a couple of hours of Friday night coding after an open call by Chris Coyier over at Digging into WordPress. Here’s what Chris asked for: Ever look through your list of plugins and forget just … Continue reading
Update (2009-12-21): So, the original technique that I had posted is a bit hacky and kinda gets annoying when you have lots of categories and category templates. There’s a better approach that can add to your functions.php file to make … Continue reading