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How To Customize Your WordPress Emails

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«The stand­ard emails Word­Press sends out are just okay. Noth­ing more noth­ing less, in this post I want to show you how to cus­tom­ize your Word­Press emails and jazz them up a little. Every inter­ac­tion with your site vis­it­ors is a mar­ket­ing oppor­tun­ity and a way to pro­mote your brand chance to pro­mote your brand.»

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→ wpdude.com

Add Child Theme Support to Any WordPress Theme

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«If you’re a developer, you may take for gran­ted how easy it is for you to cre­ate a child theme for stor­ing cus­tom­iz­a­tions sep­ar­ate from the par­ent theme. This one seem­ingly sim­ple task can pose a sig­ni­fic­ant hurdle for your aver­age Word­Press user.»

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→ wptavern.com

An Introduction to WooCommerce Subscriptions

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«If you have been in the Word­Press world for any length of time, surely you have heard of the pop­ular e-com­mer­ce plat­form Woo­Com­mer­ce. Power­ing over one-third of all online stores, this free Word­Press plu­gin provides the ulti­mate e-com­mer­ce store­front cap­ab­il­ity.»

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→ wpmayor.com

How to Send Email in WordPress using the Gmail SMTP Server

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Are you hav­ing trouble send­ing emails from your Word­Press site? One easy way to solve this is by send­ing emails from Word­Press using the Gmail SMTP server. In this art­icle, we will show you how to send email in Word­Press using the Gmail SMTP server.»

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→ wpbeginner.com

How to Work With WordPress Term Meta: Understanding Taxonomies

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«In a recent series, we talked all about how we could work with metadata for sev­er­al of the major classes in Word­Press. This included: Post metadata, User metadata, metadata…»

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→ tutsplus.com

How to Use RSS in WordPress

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«One of the bene­fits of Word­Press is it has RSS built in. RSS (Really Sim­ple Syn­dic­a­tion, or Rich Site Sum­mary) is an easy way to syn­dic­ate con­tent, which is pub­lished as feeds, and make it easy for that con­tent to be con­sumed online and through RSS read­ers.»

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→ wpmayor.com

How to Change the Color of Address Bar in Mobile Browser to Match Your WordPress

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Have you noticed that many pop­ular web­sites like BBC and Face­book use their own brand col­ors for the address bar in mobile browser. In this art­icle, we will show you how to change the col­or of address bar in mobile browser to match your Word­Press site.»

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→ wpbeginner.com

Making A WordPress Plugin That Uses Service APIs

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«An increas­ingly large num­ber of pub­licly avail­able APIs provide power­ful ser­vices to expand the func­tion­al­ity of our applic­a­tions. Word­Press is an incred­ibly dynam­ic and flex­ible CMS that powers everything from small per­son­al blogs to major e-com­mer­ce web­sites and everything in between. Part of what makes Word­Press so ver­sat­ile is its power­ful plu­gin sys­tem, which makes it incred­ibly easy to add func­tion­al­ity.»

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→ smashingmagazine.com

The Ultimate Guide to the WordPress functions.php File

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«If you’ve star­ted build­ing your own theme, or may­be even cre­at­ing a child theme to cus­tom­ize another theme, then you’ll have learned all about tem­plate files and the theme tem­plate hier­archy. But what about the theme functions.php file?»

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→ wpmudev.org

Parallax One Page Business Theme Review

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«When search­ing for the per­fect theme for your Word­Press site, it’s often recom­men­ded to choose a premi­um theme rather than a free theme. But some­times a premi­um theme is much more than your pro­ject needs.»

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→ wpmayor.com