WordPress Hacks and Techniques List

March 16th, 2008

Noupe has a very large list of various WordPress hacks and techniques for all you coders out there.

Topics include the Loop, categories, excerpts, navigation, trackbacks, custom fields, permalinks, and much more.

The list is the first part of a four-part series to cover various aspects of WordPress.




  1. Monika says:

    Hi this is a long list of all the (old) hacks all over the world, but weblogtoolscollection would not like to have sponsored themes, but it seems you promote now sponsored articles. ;)


  2. Mark Ghosh (386 comments.) says:

    Monica: That is a misleading comment that sets the wrong tone. The article linked to has nothing to do with sponsored themes and does not have any financial interest in this post or the linked site.

  3. Ronald Huereca (66 comments.) says:

    I didn’t link to the article with any thought of financial gain. I thought it was a good resource with a lot of consolidated content. My apologies if I made it seem otherwise.

  4. Monika says:

    Hi Mark,Hi Ronald

    I did never ever thought weblogtoolscollection has any financial interests at this article.

    But at the end of this article *Mastering…* there is a long list with the headline:Sponsors of this Guide

    so it seems to me that the article *mastering….* is a sponsored article, because this headline*Sponsors of this Guide* I can’t find at the end of other articles of this domain.

    For me it is illogical to ban sponsored themes from this domain but link to sponsored articles, but maybe I’m wrong and it is your domain,


  5. Ronald Huereca (66 comments.) says:

    Thanks Monika. I’ll definitely keep this in mind when linking to future articles.

  6. tal galili (10 comments.) says:

    Good article. Thanks.

  7. Mosey says:

    This is a new twist in the ‘sponsored’ debate? :) I’d never considered Sponsored Articles before…

  8. Trisha (16 comments.) says:

    Well I for one am grateful that you DID link to this article – I found it to be very informative and helpful!

    And for the record I do believe that there is a difference between sponsored themes and articles that have sponsors, particularly where the sponsored theme “hides” its sponsorship. A sponsored theme forces its users to link back to the theme author in order to use the theme – an article is sponsored at the author’s choice, and readers are not “forced” to do anything. They are free to read the article and ignore the sponsors if they choose. It’s about choice. One allows choice (the article) and the other doesn’t (the theme).

  9. Toure (1 comments.) says:

    Great resources, but they still lack any real or true information about how any good premium theme is done. I guess it because the same people offering these resources design also most premium templates to make money.
    I wish there was at least one showing us the true way from a project start to finish.

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