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Learn how to build a WordPress theme from scratch using the _s (aka Underscores) starter theme.
WordPress is undergoing a fundamental change. Learn how the WP API is changing WordPress development, and how to get started with this new RESTful JSON API.
Add images to categories and tags and provide a more interesting user experience for your WordPress visitors.
Keep your WordPress site secure using these best practices and plugins.
Learn how to implement DRY development techniques on your WordPress sites, and build more efficient, maintainable, and understandable code.
Build a custom plugin to track the popularity of WordPress posts and then create a widget to display the top five.
Use information architecture and the WordPress template hierarchy to build a cleaner and more effective design process.
Learn how to edit WordPress user accounts directly in the database with phpMyAdmin—bypassing WordPress entirely.
Add styles and scripts to your WordPress themes the correct way, by enqueuing them.
Learn how to integrate web fonts into your WordPress themes, from sources such as Google Fonts, Adobe Edge Web Fonts, and Font Squirrel.
Create custom post types and taxonomies to extend the functionality of WordPress.
Got a WordPress site that's overrun with spam? Learn how to clean it out by deleting the spam straight from the database.
A primer for anyone tasked with starting a blog for a business.
Shows how to build an advanced portfolio site that showcases various types of content effectively using the free open-source application WordPress.
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