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Category Archives for Themes

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Better WordPress Performance by Controlling Scripts

Ever wondered how to control script and style loading to achieve better WordPress performance? In this tutorial we will learn how WordPress loads the scripts and how can we control which script or style will be loaded. We will also see how to block loading of scripts from certain plugins.

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How to Include or Override WordPress Templates

WordPress templates can be overridden to create a different layout of the content or to add additional content directly on the template. Usually plugins provide basic templates for their content which can be then overridden by themes. In this tutorial we will learn how you can override WordPress templates and even provide that option in your own plugin.

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Understanding WordPress Menu Items

WordPress Menu Items were unknown to me before I had to create a custom navigation item which has a dynamic URL based on the logged in user. I will introduce you to the WordPress Menu Item as a component which you can easily change as you want.

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New Tab on BuddyPress Profile Page

Add a new Tab to BuddyPress Profile Page

BuddyPress is a plugin that transforms your WordPress site in a Social Network. Changing or extending the profile page is a common thing then, especially if you are working on a custom WordPress solution. In this tutorial you will learn how to add an additional tab on the profile page.

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Show WordPress Post in a Modal

Show a WordPress Post in a Modal

Did you ever want to show an article inside another article with a modal? Maybe something like a short introduction or a related article? In this tutorial we will create a new WordPress plugin that will create a modal window and show an article by clicking on a button inside another article.
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