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jEdit – Programmer’s Text Editor

Since version 2.0 Aptana stopped supporting their own fork of the Eclipse PDT I’ve been searching for another editor. I got feed up with how slow it is, all the bloatware, installing the PDT was made me loose an entire day and I honestly believed there had to exist a better editor for Windows. I […]

Create an “About the author” area for Thematic

By default, Thematic comes with a simple and useful representation for the Author Archives template. While this might be enough for the majority of users, there are times when we need more detailed information about the author. This is particularly useful on multi-author blogs, where readers might want to read more posts from a particular […]

Multilingual WordPress – WPML Plugin Review

Since writing this article we developed TranslatePress, a frictionless WordPress multilingual plugin that lets you translate all your site content directly from the front-end, using a super intuitive UI. Download it for free and go multilingual, the easy way. Photo by derSven One of the hardest things to do with Wordpress is creating a multilingual […]

Members: WordPress Plugin by Justin Tadlock

Justin Tadlock has done it again. This time he released to the Wordpress community a user, role, and content management plugin called Members. Its purpose is to make WordPress a more powerful CMS by giving you fine-grain control over the users of your site. So what does this plugin do: Edit Roles: Edit your user […]

Early Morning Child Theme

This elegant Wordpress theme was inspired by the colors of the early morning as I see them from my window. It’s light, elegant and pleasantly surprising. This theme doesn’t scream at you, instead it takes a step back and lets the user read. Please don’t spoil it by putting ads on it!

How To Create a WordPress Theme – a tutorial series by Ian Stewart

Have you ever wanted to create your own Wordpress theme? If yes then you must know of all the tutorials out there. The problem is that most of them are incomplete. But not any more! Ian Stewart from ThemeShaper released, what I consider, the best step-by-step tutorial series for those who want to learn how […]

Add “Featured Posts” to your Thematic child theme

Featured posts are common in Wordpress magazine themes. They let you promote hot topics and bring your best articles right in front of your users. First thing we need to do is create a thematic child theme. This way we won’t make direct changes to Thematic. The featured posts will be inserted on the home […]