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How to Create a Custom WordPress Metabox with OOP

WordPress Metabox is an additional content that can be added for any post type (post, page or custom). Every metabox can be used to display some information or to enable the user to insert additional information. In this tutorial we will learn how to easily create additional metaboxes using object oriented programming (OOP).

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Handle WordPress Remote Requests with OOP

WordPress remote functions are great to handle requests with other services. If you have various APIs which you want to access using WordPress, you can use those functions for everything. They can become a little cumbersome with all those settings, but with object oriented programming we can make our requests easier and even more readable.

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How to add Custom Columns in WordPress with OOP

Learn how to add a custom column to a WordPress post or any other post type you want with an easy OOP approach. In this tutorial we will show the user who last edited a post.

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Create a WordPress menu page using OOP

How to create WordPress Menu Pages with OOP

WordPress Menu Pages are all those pages that you are using inside the WordPress admin area. If you have ever tried to add a menu page in WordPress admin area then you are aware of the work that needs to be done for various menu pages. In this tutorial we will create those menu page in a object oriented programming way.

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My Career as a WordPress Developer in 2016

I wanted to review my career in the year 2016. Since I mostly write about WordPress development, I though of reviewing it as a WordPress developer. There were ups and there were downs, but the most important part is that I have enjoyed being a WordPress developer in 2016.

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