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How to Make WP_Query Arguments Filterable

By seorocket / last week

The WP_Query class is very powerful. It lets you create your own custom queries to run anywhere in your WordPress site – in the main content, in the sidebar or anywhere else you like. It’s something I use a lot, either in custom template files or in areas outside the content such as the sidebar […]

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10 Plugins for Easily Importing and Exporting WordPress Data

By seorocket / last week

Tim O’Reilly, founder of the terms “open source software” and “Web 2.0,” once said, “We’re entering a new world in which data may be more important than software.” No matter how much I love WordPress, he’s right. Software gives us the power to do, but what good is all that “doing” if we don’t have […]

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Unit Testing WordPress Plugins with PHPUnit

By seorocket / last week

When you’re working on plugins and you start introducing new functionality, it’s good practice to ensure the existing logic isn’t broken. Without proper testing, the chances are high that simple fixes may snowball into a spaghetti coding nightmare. So in today’s article, I’ll show you how to take advantage of unit testing for your WordPress […]

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How to Automatically Update Menus When Adding Pages to WordPress

By seorocket / last week

When the navigation menu system was released with WordPress 3.0, it was one of the factors that turned WordPress from a blogging platform into a CMS. It meant that you could add whatever content you wanted to your site’s navigation menus, including custom links. The drag and drop interface meant that anyone could create their […]

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