Free WordPress Caching Plugin Comparisons 2017

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Something a little different today. We are going to take a look at how much of an improvement caching plugins can make to the performance of your WordPress website. In this post I will be showing tests completed on the 4 most popular WordPress caching plugins. These are not in-depth tests. Instead they are simple install and activate tests designed […]

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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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Creating A Custom Page With WordPress Endpoints

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Today we are going to take a look at using Endpoints within WordPress. Endpoints are points that you can define on the end of the normal in-built permastructs within WordPress to provide extra functionality. What is a Permastruct? A permastruct is a Permalink Structure. So for example the URL you visit when viewing a single post, normally (depending on your […]

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Another WordPress Handy Tip

WordPress Tip: Do Not Use Init For Rewrite Rule Flushing

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Today I have a quick tip I want to share with everyone about rewrite rules in WordPress. WordPress is awesome. It has a nice, fairly easy to use rewrite system. You can use it to add your own rewrite rules and do all sorts of awesome things using a plugin. A lot of new developers also forget they are integral […]

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WordPress Actions and Filters: A Beginners Guide

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I been asked by a lot of visitors if I could do a guide to Actions and Filters for those just starting out with WordPress development. So, I thought I’d give it a try. I’ve Heard Talk of Hooks. What Are Hooks? Well WordPress have a small entry about this in their Codex. Hooks, or sometimes Hooks & Filters, are […]

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WooCommerce Developers Tips: Top 5

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I’ve recently been working on a WordPress theme which also involved adding a custom theme for the popular E-Commerce WordPress plugin WooCommerce. So to that end I’ve created a list of the 5 most helpful tips I can think of for those looking to start developing themes for the WooCommerce plugin. Work With WooCommerce This has to be one of […]

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Creating A WordPress Plugin Using OOP Techniques

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Today we are going to look at how to write a WordPress plugin using Object Oriented Programming techniques. What Is OOP? Writing a plugin using OOP is basically writing your plugin as a PHP class. This can sound a little daunting at first because of the different way you have to handle functions to actions/filters. Here I’m hopefully going to […]

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