A Theme With 70 Different Widget Spots

I stumbled across this theme the other day called Tachyon by RocketTheme and noticed that is has 70 widget positions. That is insane. I can’t imagine how much of a burden or a nightmare it would be to manage something like that from the back-end of WordPress as just having 15 or so widgets can Read More

Service To Help Migrate From Drupal To WordPress

Migrating from Drupal to WordPress is one of the more difficult migration paths. There are scripts available to migrate from Drupal 6 to WordPress but the way in which those scripts were created only allow for the migration of a specific version of Drupal to a specific version of WordPress. Most of the time, these Read More

Alex King Releases Post Formats Admin UI Code

Alex King has made available code that creates an admin UI for using Post Formats. While working on their upcoming new theme, FavePersonal, the CrowdFavorite team created an admin interface for post formats that takes advantage of custom fields and replaces the built-in radio button post format selector with tabs across the top of the Read More

Chip Bennett Working On New Template Hierarchy Diagram

Chip Bennett is currently in the middle of creating an updated version of the template hierarchy diagram which shows the structure of how a page is displayed. The new diagram is a bit more detailed than the old one. These diagrams are an excellent way to learn about Template Tags in WordPress as well as Read More

Review: WordPress For BlackBerry Packs A Punch

Joe Pawlikowski is the editor of BBGeeks.com, a site that helps BlackBerry users get the most out of their devices offering tips and reviews on everything from games to BlackBerry car mounts. You can also follow them on Twitter. If you still own a BlackBerry smartphone, you might feel behind the times. It feels as Read More

Awesome Tutorial On User Taxonomies

In typical Just Tadlock fashion, he has written and published another in-depth tutorial that covers User Taxonomies. The tutorial is not for the faint of heart as it requires that you know how a few sections of WordPress work such as plugins, themes, users, and the taxonomies themselves. Just imagine how awesome the Codex would Read More

wpMail.me Newsletter Wants Your Feedback

wpMail.me is a free newsletter curated by Cristian Antohe. Once a week, subscribers receive an email letting them know about the good stuff they might have missed during the week within the WordPress community. The newsletter covers WordPress news and articles, theme specific news, theme releases, Plugin news and last but not least, tutorials. I’ve Read More

WordPress Email System Primer

Great tutorial on the WordPress email system that walks users through setting up a plugin, creating an email template, preparing WordPress to use that email template, and modifying existing system emails. If that tutorial has you thinking that it’s too much work, you can take a look at the WP Better Emails plugin.

Crummy Advertising On WordPress.com

It’s a well known fact that WordPress.com shows display advertising but until I read this article on HalfBlog.net, I’ve never looked into what kind of advertising was presented on certain WP.com blogs. HalfBlog.net has a couple of screenshots of ads they discovered while browsing on WordPress.com and perhaps the most insulting one of them all Read More

The Aftermath Of The TimThumb Vulnerability

Sucuri Security has a great post that begins to review the aftermath of the massive exploitation of the TimThumb image re sizer script. According to their calculations, about a million pages have been compromised by the script but when filtering down their results for the past thirty days, there were over 200,000 results. The exploitation Read More

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