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Photo Credit: Vladitto via Shutterstock Lately, I’ve been using Thematic–a framework for building WordPress themes faster. Thematic gives you a solid, bare-bones theme with reset CSS styles, a very basic layout, no color and limited typography. A clean slate. Don’t Touch That Theme! To create your theme, you don’t actually edit any of Thematic’s theme […]

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The CyStats plugin is a great statistics plugin for WordPress. It has a ton of nice features, is easy to scan and displays all relevant stats (sans RSS feed stats) right from the WordPress backend. The only problem I have is that it’s only viewable to registered WordPress users with an admin role. Editors, Authors […]

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Remember the mottos you learned when you were a kid: “Winners don’t do drugs”, and “Cheaters never win”? Well, a little cheating never hurt anyone… when it comes to using cheat sheets, that is. Since there’s such a huge list of cheat sheets, let’s look at some of the useful cheat sheets for web designers. […]

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Fatal Error on Upgrade to WordPress 2.8.2

For those of you who have tried updating to WordPress 2.8.2, which was released today, you may have gotten an unexpected error: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2355395 bytes) in /public_html/wp-includes/http.php on line xxx If you look at the file mentioned in the error message, you won’t find […]

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On a recent client project, I was needing a way to order events based, not on the actual published date of the post, but rather by the date of the event in WordPress. The solution I (finally) found involves sorting the posts in the Events category based on the value of a certain custom field. […]

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