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Meet wpshell – the power of WordPress at your prompt

Developing in WordPress is a lot of fun for me and there are great plugins that make developing and debugging WordPress code really simple. Debug-Bar, Debug-Bar-Extender and Debug-Console are my favorite WordPress plugins to do this. But if you really live in WordPress code all day long you might sometimes wish that you can just […]

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WordPress Syntax mode for Panic Coda

As I’m working in Coda all day and I’m usually working with WordPress code, I took a moment and parsed our WordPress docs and created a WordPress syntax file for Coda. The mode is based on the PHP-HTML mode that comes with Coda 1.7 and WordPress 3.3. Requirements: Tested on Coda 1.7, might work on […]

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Format to WordPress standards on Coda and TextWrangler

If you’re a WordPress developer and you would like others to have some benefit of your code it’s highly recommended that you follow the WordPress coding standards. As it can be a little rough to get used to it in the beginning my colleague Eoin posted some tricks that can help you applying these rules […]

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Include custom post types in default queries

When working with custom post types you might want to include them in particular result sets such as tag pages or category pages.
All you need to do in order to achieve this is hooking a little function in the parse_query action.

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Perform changes on existing widgets.

Alter widget output without changing the widget code.

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