Zazzle WordPress Plugin: ZPress Out In A Few Weeks

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That’s right. The new Zazzle Plugin for WordPress, which I have decided to name ZPress (pronounced Zed Press), will be out in just a short few weeks. Sooner if I can find the time between working. I have tried to keep as many features from the original Z Store plugin as possible, while improving the efficiency of the code, removing […]

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Zazzle WordPress Plugin

Zazzle WordPress Plugin On The Way Soon

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That’s right. If you are a user of the Print On Demand website Zazzle, and you have your own website powered by WordPress you may have heard of a plugin called ZStore. That plugin was originally meant as a quick way to allow Zazzle users with a WordPress website to quickly show their products on their blog by creating a […]

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February 2017 – Update

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It’s been a while folks and folkettes. I wish I could say I haven’t posted in a while for good reasons but I honestly can’t. A combination of lots of work, and real life drama has gotten in the way of me posting. It’s also a little hard to feel inspired to make tutorials on coding when you kind of […]

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7 WordPress Themes with Fabulous Design

7 WordPress Themes built on Fabulous Design

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Editor’s Note: This is a guest post courtesy of Tracey Jones looking at 7 excellent WordPress themes that pull off fabulous design with ease. Let’s be honest here: Looks DO matter. From first impressions to lingering experience – a beautifully and intelligently designed website interface makes the best of it all. That feeling alone translates to positive user experience and […]

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Changes Coming Soon To Return True

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It’s been a while but I’m back with some news. Work has been getting crazier and crazier recently. I’m honestly not complaining, but it leaves me with little time to create tutorials as it takes a lot longer than you might think to create & test the code, create a demo (if possible) and then write out a whole blog […]

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Starting Out Wit Vuejs

Starting Out With VueJS Part 2

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In this short bolt-on tutorial we are going to look at how to change where the data is coming from in our Film Watch list example. Instead of the data being hard coded into the Vue instance we are going to pull it in from a separate location using an AJAX request. Now creating a REST API is well beyond […]

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Starting Out Wit Vuejs

Starting Out With VueJS

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Today we are going to take a look at a brilliant JavaScript library that allows you to quickly create a View layer for your application. It is easy to work with and exceptionally fast. That doesn’t mean it can only be used for your View layer though, there are components out there such as vue-router that add features that easily […]

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Fill MySQL Table With Data From CSV

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It’s probably been in every PHP ‘test’ going and is a very commonly asked question, but it’s something I’ve never covered here at Return True before. So what exactly is the best way to insert data into a MySQL table from a CSV file? Well I can’t say these are the best ways, but here are two ways I’ve come […]

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Create A Virtual Page Using Rewrite Rules In WordPress

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In our last tutorial we looked at how to create a endpoint. Those were pages that could be created for each type of permastruct available within WordPress. This time we are going to look at creating a page that does not rely on any of WordPress’ built in permastructs and instead can match any URL you like. I would advise […]

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