Posts Tagged ‘resource’

New Developer Portal

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December 16th, 2009
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A few days ago, Matt Mullenweg posed a question on the WordPress Hackers Mailing list regarding a new developer portal. If there were to be a developer portal for WordPress, someplace where if you’re first getting started with hacking on WP, building plugins, creating themes, you could go and it’d have all the best resources in one place, what resources do you think would be important to have there? I encourage you to read the thread through the mailing list archive and voice your thoughts, ideas or suggestions. Alternatively, you can leave a comment on this post since I know Matt routinely checks out the feedback.

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I Wish I Was At WordCamp

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November 12th, 2009
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If you’re looking for a cool way to keep tabs on what’s shaking at WordCamp New York this weekend, check out this site created by DimensionMedia called IWishIWasAtWordCamp.com. The site contains feeds from a few notable Twitter accounts that will be tweeting during the event as well as the important hashtag Twitter widget which goes above and beyond single accounts. Near the center of the site is a collection of photos published to Flickr but some of the photos are from the wrong WordCamp. This should be fixed by only aggregating photos that are using a unique tag such as the event Twitter hashtag. Near the bottom are even more Twitter accounts. The only bad thing about this page is that asides from the hashtag widget at the top, the rest of the page requires refreshing in order to see new information. Hopefully, Dimension has a decent server to put […]

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Theme Development Checklist

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May 12th, 2009
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Stefan Vervoort of WPToy.com has published a new and improved version of his WordPress Theme Development Checklist. This new checklist is provided in PDF form but it’s very easy to print. The checklist covers the following points: General Stylesheets Browser Compatibility Pages Styled Everything? Standard CSS Classes Validate WordPress Code Blog Elements This is one of those guides you could put up on the wall to serve as a quick reference.

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