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Passing Parameters as Variables vs Passing Parameters as An Array

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February 25th, 2010
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WordPress Discussions, WordPress Tips

Improvisation is the name of the game, and we tend to do a lot of it with plugins and themes. In that process we tend to modify functions by adding more variables to incorporate changes in them. However, unlike most of the other languages, PHP allows users to set default values for variables passed to a method too.

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Footer Stuff Allows You To Seamlessly Add Content to Themes

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February 20th, 2010
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WordPress Plugins

The biggest reason many of us require to edit themes is to add JavaScript libraries, CSS codes or analytics tracking code. However, the problem with editing themes is that you will lose all your customization when you decide to change your theme or redesign it.

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Migrating From WordPress.com to WordPress.org

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February 18th, 2010
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WordPress FAQs, WordPress Tips

WordPress.com is a wonderful platform and it provides users with an option to create free blogs without spending a single cent. However, a time comes when you might want to move to your own domain name which is a continuance of your WordPress.com blog. A few days ago Jeff posted some links on steps to move from the Blogger platform to WordPress and now Amit Agarwal from Digital Inspiration has written a comprehensive guide on moving from a WordPress.com domain to a WordPress.org domain. You will find lots of posts which are similar to this one, but I found this guide to be comprehensive and to the point, so if you are planning to move to your own domain now or in the near future, don’t forget to bookmark the article. How to Migrate your Blog from WordPress.com to a Personal Domain

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Should You Pay Up and Shut Up?

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February 13th, 2010
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WordPress Discussions

WordPress as a platform has invented numerous businesses, including both themes and plugins, however, I am neither a pro or against both of these, because, I use themes which I develop myself most of the times to run my site.

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Should Plugin Authors Add Links To Your Site Without Giving An Option To Disable It?

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February 13th, 2010
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WordPress Discussions

Quite recently, I was trying out a few new plugins which came across as interesting to me. As usual, I ran up my test install and installed the plugins, everything worked fine, except for one thing. Couple of plugins from the lot added linkbacks to their own site, that is fine, however, they did not provide me with an option to disable those links.

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WordPress.com Introduces Import from Posterous

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February 8th, 2010
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WordPress

Having several blogs can be a bit hard to maintain, and micro blogging services like Posterous and Tumblr provide a quicker way to post content to the web. However, WordPress has added features which are similar to Posterous in the form of post by email to WordPress.com blogs.

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Matt Mullenweg Launches WordPress Foundation to Support Open Source

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January 22nd, 2010
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WordPress News

The WordPress Blog came out with some good news for the Open source and GPL community. Matt Mullenweg has officially started out the WordPress Foundation, a charitable organization to democratize publishing through Open Source, GPL software.

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Do You Automatically Close Comments on Old Posts?

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January 21st, 2010
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WordPress Discussions

Comments are the lifeblood of any website. It keeps pumping some interesting views and discussions into a post. However, I have seen several blogs which close comments for posts which are older than say a month or two.

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is_home(), is_archive() not Working? Here is a Fix

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January 16th, 2010
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WordPress Tips

Quite recently, is_home() and is_archive() stopped working for me. I mean, that these conditional tags stopped working for me and the intended code I had was not performing as expected.

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