I haven’t used AIM in years and I haven’t used Yahoo Messager in even longer. What I do use is twitter. Therefore, having a box in the WordPress admin for twitter name is better and with some code I wrote for the
This simple plugin, built for my WordPress DC Presentation on the Users API adds a role called link master, that gets the capability to edit links and also read private posts and pages and also removes the ability for editors to manage categories.
Want to make the read more link in WordPress call out the user if they are logged in? As part of my DC WordPress presentation, i showed that it’s easy as pie and only about 10 lines of code.
One of the plugins I wrote for the DC WordPress group’s meeting on Users / Roles / Capabilities demonstrates how to create shortcode that makes some content only visable by users with a certain capability and other content only visable to non logged in viewers. You can download Shortcodes for Discrimination (along with the other […]
Despite the beauty of (and cool stories behind) the default images in twenty ten, If you’re building a twenty ten child theme, there is a chance that you won’t want them to appear as options on the custom header screen. This simple snippit of code in your child theme’s functions.php file will deregister the default […]
This function is in WordPress 3.0.1. You can now just call unregister_nav_menu and don’t need to put it in your child theme One of the great additions to WordPress 3.0 is navigation menus. One of the aspects that it contains is the ability for a theme to register a nav menu location and for the […]
I often am working on a variety of WordPress, BuddyPress, and BBPress projects and enjoy working from a lot of not internet connected locations such as trains, buses, parks and the occasional rooftop. As such it’s very handy for me to a local version of PHPXref documents for the current trunk of these products. I’ve […]
After making Thirty Ten, my first Twenty Ten Child Theme, Devin Price asked for an example of a child theme that used output buffers.I’m not a big fan of using output buffers in my themes, but it’s a worthwhile trick to have in your bag. There are two main reasons for this: It makes code […]
WordPress 3.0 is introducing a new theme that is light years ahead of Kubrick (also known as the old WordPress default), that looks so good you won’t even mind running it on a live site. In addition to being a beautiful theme in it’s own right, it’s also easy to build upon and create your […]