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Tool: WordPress

The open source program transitions from blogging platform to full fledged content management system (CMS). Loved by web designers, web developers, programmers and theme designers across the globe.

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Product Launch: WPezClasses Ajax Request 1

FYI => WordPress and Ajax, The ezWay. This magic builds on the foundation of WPezClasses Ajax Setup 1 from earlier today.

Product Launch: WPezClasses Ajax Setup 1

FYI => WordPress and Ajax, The ezWay. Lean on this when your WP + Ajax is not strong.

WordPress: Sanitizing, Escaping and Validating Data

Consumed => “Sanitizing, Escaping and Validating Data in WordPress” by Narayan Prusty on

Product Launch: WPezClasses Transients Helpers 1

FYI => WordPress transients done The ezWay. Centralize your transients and treat them more like methods / functions.

Product Launch: WPezClasses Add_Image_Size

FYI => WordPress add_image_size(), set_post_thumbnail_size() and a couple other image related bits get ezTized.

WordPress: You Get What You Pay For

Consumed => “WordPress Plugins – Return on Investment” by Eric Mann on his blog.

Product Launch: WPezDeveloper (Alpha)

FYI => The destination idea is to curate a community (and associated content) of developers (and designers) who tend to lean on WordPress.

It’s not the 20th Century Anymore

Consumed => “How to Protect Yourself from Rogue WordPress Plugins” by Charles Costa on SitePoint.

Product Launch: WPezBoilerStrap Uno

FYI => Sometimes no time to spare and your back up against the proverbial wall forces you forward. The refactoring is complete. (Again.) Presenting the WordPress theme WPezBoilerStrap Uno.

What’s New with WP Smith? (aka WordPress 3.9)

Consumed => “What’s New in WordPress 3.9” by Craig Buckler on SitePoint.

What’s New with WordPress 3.9

Consumed => “What You Need To Know About WordPress 3.9” by Tyler Longren on Smashing Magazine.

WordPress and URL Routing

Consumed => “Hardcore URL Routing for WordPress” by Mike Schinkel on Hardcore WP.

WordPress Development and OOP Singletons

Consumed => “The Case for Singletons in WordPress” by Eric Mann on (his blog) EAMann.

WordPress plugin: Aesop Story Engine is Uber-Cool

Consumed => “WordPress: Aesop Story Engine” on Aesop Stories (product’s website).

WordPress, Git, repos and symlinks

FYI => The short of it is, the client’s repo structure didn’t quite match WordPress’ expectations. Here’s a solution.

WordPress: Security Revisited – Part 1

Consumed => “Theme & Plugin Security” by Mark Jaquith on

Is there anything WordPress can’t do?

Answered => “Is there any WordPress themes to display marketing materials and has CRM too?” on Quora.

WordPress Admin: Sortable custom columns

Consumed => “Custom Sortable Columns” by Silviu-Cristian Burcă (aka Scribu) on his blog.

Important tip: WordPress and Gravity Forms

FYI => The short of it is, when using Gravity Forms with WordPress be sure to add your own HTML hidden field to each form and use that to define your own form id.

WordPress, PHP and Object Oriented Programming

Consumed => “WP + You + OOP” by Scott Taylor on his blog.