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Another Alchemy United WordPress plugin coming soon

FYI => In order to expedite a couple ideas/projects I’ve been digging deeper into WordPress custom post types, as well as short codes. I don’t have an official name for it yet but yesterday I whipped up the shell of a new WordPress plugin.

WordPress, custom post types and taxonomies

Answered => “What are the best options in WordPress to create smart widgets that fetch content based on user choices?” on Quora.

Primer: WordPress and working with images

FYI => One of the reasons I’m developing the WordPress theme AU_Community is to push my own envelope a bit. Often the most interesting and most challenging projects are the ones I give myself. Here is a synopsis on what I’ve absorbed in the last couple weeks with regards to WordPress and images.

Look ma, WordPress Featured Image

FYI => Slowly I turn the AU_Community theme (for WordPress) screw. While I prefer a mostly text driven site, I’m having a growing appreciate for the art of the thumbnail. “Let’s add a post level image to AU_Community,” I said to myself.

WordPress: Taxonomies – Pt 2 (And Counting)

I’ve concluded that WP’s taxonomies are great but somewhat not fully supported by the WordPress core.