WordPress Picks for the Week [02/24]

WordPress Picks for the Week

Ajax Edit Comments 4.0 Sneak Peek

Ronald and me have been working on a new version of Ajax Edit Comments. Here’s a sneak preview of the new features. And, Jeff gives us his opinion of them.

60+ Latest High-Quality Free WordPress Themes

A collection of very neatly categorized themes for WordPress

How to Highlight the Search Terms in Results in WordPress

This isn’t one of my favourite settings. Here’s some snippets of code that you can add to your theme to highlight the search terms in the results page.

3 codes for a far better WordPress Search

Highlight terms, exclude categories and showing the number of results found.

Devil’s Advocate: 5 Reasons Why You Should Use Blogger Instead Of WordPress

I love this one! A fantastic comparison of some of WordPress.com and Bloggers pro-features.

Customize WordPress WYSIWYG Editor

Code that you can add to your plugin or theme files to customize the TinyMCE editor.

How To Create Automatic Sitemap in WordPress

With some plugins and some coding magic you can have a sitemap ready. A sitemap is a good way for search engines to find all the links on your blog. Note, this is very different from Google sitemaps. This is the actually sitemap before the sitemaps.xml came into being.

Which Template File does WordPress Use to Render Different Pages?

This is a flowchart that gives you a quick overview on how WordPress understands various theme files and chooses which one to generate the page with.

Official Plugin Repository Readme File Updated

The official readme.txt file has been recently updated to include another section. The new section is:

== Upgrade Notice ==

Unfortunately, you can’t display more than 300 characters.

How To View A Specific SVN Revision In Your Browser

Simply add !svn/bc/REVISION_NUMBER right after the repository root to view the particular revision of the file you want.

WordPress trick: Change theme programatically

Pieces of code that you can use to change your current theme.

Passing Query String Parameters in WordPress URL

This is something I have implement in one of my plugins. This is a good tutorial on using query_vars.

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  1. Michael Martin February 28, 2010

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