You’ll see a lot of posts in the blogosphere about the upcoming release of WordPress. Justin Tadlock gives you a list of new features that you can really look forward to. For me, I’d like to see optimisation!
Simple snippet of code that you can add to your functions.php of your theme to display the top commenters on your blog.
I don’t use all of them! But, are definitely worth the look.
WordPress Themes that support options can help you customise your theme to a much greater degree. While I won’t recommend this on daily production blogs since it had a time to load each page, for theme authors, here’s how you can make your themes more dynamic.
We had posts and pages, then we had “posts” for images and now we have custom post types for anything and everything you choose! So with WP 3.0 you can have a custom post for that special image, for the gallery, for chat or well, for counting apples on a tree!
This one is not for the faint of heart. This is geared towards blogs with thousands of hits daily. Here’s how you can configure WordPress to read through multiple databases so as to speed up loading of pages for your users. I hope one day this site causes me to do this!
When you are posting code, WordPress doesn’t automatically encode HTML entities. But, this piece of code can fix things for you.
Here is where you can take your baby steps on messing your WordPress database.
The mobile web has already caught on and if you haven’t already (we haven’t), here’s how you can get your blog more mobile friendly. You’ll need just one of these methods of course.