Feel free to read and enjoy some of these great posts I have found this week.
Here are some of the best articles I have read, shared, commented and retweeted on @wpkube.
I’ve mentioned before about the importance of having an army of useful code snippets and functions you can use when coding your WordPress themes, I found this really cool website which lists loads of them so check it out. Today’s post is a roundup of some of the most handy ones I could find.
In developed countries it is not uncommon for customers to return products they have purchased for a refund. Sometimes it’s because the product wasn’t suitable whilst other times the customer just changed their mind (clothes are a good example of this). Whatever the reason, if you have proof of your original purchase you can return the product for either a refund.
The backend of WordPress is one of the better ones out there. However, depending on your needs, the menu can be a little crowded with fluff that you just don’t want or need there.
In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to tame your admin menu. I will show you how to rename menus, reorder the menus, or just plain eliminate them without touching core. Because touching core is bad.
In this series, a WordPress site’s owner walks us through what makes their site unique and how it does what it does. At this point I’ll hand it off to Brady, who wrote in-depth about their popular WordPress marketplace below.
If you’re looking for some great ways to improve your WordPress workflow, read on for a massive collection of free themes, plugins, tools and tutorials. These resources were all linked via the Smashing Magazine Twitter stream, Facebook stream, and other social-media streams around the Web.
Okay, I admit it – I am a social media whore. I am highly active on Twitter and Facebook, and have recently become a little bit obsessed with Foursquare and Instagram. Interacting with people all over the world is great fun, and I am severely addicted.
Responsive web design is probably the hottest topic in the design community right now. And no, I’m not just realizing this. For the past couple of weeks, I have been reading all there is to read on the subject and been experimenting with a lot of different techniques.
People who use my skins are always asking when I will make them responsive, and why it’s taking me so long to do it.