WordPress 2.8′s release has introduced a simplified way of working with an author’s information. In this post we’ll take a look at some applications using the brand new author meta template tag.
A visual guide for setting up a local development environment. This tutorial will show you how to get a local copy of WordPress up and running on your computer after configuring WAMP/MAMP.
When you comment on your own blog, does it stand out from the rest of the conversation?
In this tutorial we’ll set up WordPress to automatically highlight the comments made by the author and blog administrators.
We’ve touched upon the basic elements of form validation and error messages in part 1 of this series, which outlines a relatively static method identifying errors and validating a form. In this edition we are going to make the elements we began with more dynamic and reduce the amount of script required to do so using arrays.