How to Edit the WordPress RSS Feed

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Edit WordPress Feed

Ever thought you could make some improvements to your RSS feed? Like letting it cover more (or less!) content? Or adding some extra details onto the end of your posts?

In this post, I’m going to show you how to do exactly that.

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Design Critique: B2Bbloggers.com

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B2Bbloggers.com

B2Bbloggers.com is a B2B marketing site that features a lot of guest posts on B2B marketing, and highlights a lot of content from around the niche.

We’re going to take a look at the site’s design today, critique it, and work out how we could improve it. As we do hopefully you’ll learn to apply this same methodology to your own site.

We’ll be working through this design as a case study, redesigning each section along the way, so you get to see each item as we rework it, including the full before and after design.

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MyBiz Theme for WordPress Discount Code

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MyBiz

Over on PliablePress, we’ve released our newest WordPress theme. MyBiz is designed for modern businesses who don’t want the “faceless-company” approach that customers are used to receiving.

It’s vibrant, colorful (You even get 5 color schemes to choose from!) and yet still professional and well organized. Most of all, we’ve put an extreme amount of care into the homepage, giving you 3 different ways to ensure your best content is highlighted and that your visitors go to the pages you want them to see.

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How To Write a Restricted Content Plugin

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Restrict content to registered users

There are a lot of sites out there, particularly digital education sites, such as Net Tuts and Blender Cookie, that push out a lot of “premium” content that is only accessible to registered users.

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you some of the basics of writing a WordPress plugin from scratch that will allow you to restrict content on your site to registered users. You will be able to restrict complete pages / posts by clicking a check box or just sections of content using WordPress shortcodes.

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Custom Font Uploader for WordPress Themes

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WordPress theme option panels were a tremendous stride in the world of theme development; they gave site owner’s the ability to modify various aspects of their site, without ever having to touch the code. Every great theme either has or should have an extensive options panel.

In this tutorial, I’m going to demonstrate how to add a custom font uploader to your options panel. This will allow site owners to upload any number of font files and apply them to different sections of the site.

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30 Pro jQuery Tips, Tricks and Strategies

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Whether you’re a developer or a designer, a strong jQuery skillset is something you can’t afford to be without. Today, I’m going to show you 30 handy jQuery coding tricks that will help you make your scripts more robust, elegant and professional.

Getting Started

These tips and tricks all have one thing in common- they are all smashingly useful. With this stuff in your back pocket, you’ll be ready to go change the world, and even better, write jQuery like you know what you’re doing. It’s gonna be fun.

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I Just Dont Care About the GPL/Licenses

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PliablePress and the GPL

There has been another GPL storm going on in the WordPress world in the past few days. Yep, again.

I don’t normally make a comment on them, but given that I’m directly involved with it now through PliablePress themes (All of our themes have to come with some sort of license, right?), it seems time to finally step in.

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