My first guest blog post over at WordPress Code Snippets is a code snippet to add the Google Books viewer into your posts using an easy shortcode. Go check it out. While you’re there, be sure to check out the rest of the site for other useful snippets! [ Read my site review of WordPress […]
WP Engineer is a great site for WordPress developers and power users loaded with tips and tricks for WordPress. It is the brainchild of three self-proclaimed “WordPress Junkies,” Alexander Frison, Frank Bültge, and Michael Preuss, each a WordPress developer in his own right.
WP-Members is designed to work out-of-the-box, yet be extensible and customizable. The layout of the forms and dialog messages are a good example, with the ability to easily define a custom stylesheet in the plugin options.
Here is a nice video tutorial on how to install and set up WP-Members. This was done by SiteSparker, who offers WordPress training, design, and hosting. I’m glad they have listed WP-Members in their Plugin Favorites.
A great many WordPress users (yours truly included) spend a lot of time hunting down themes looking for that “perfect” theme to fit their new site. They scour through loads of free themes and theme clubs looking for that one that is just right. Once they’ve found something they like, then they spend a great […]
I have been working on a number of updates from the master project list to include in the upcoming WP-Members 2.6 version upgrade release. Here are the main new features you can expect.
Are you a WordPress admin, developer, designer, or otherwise creating WordPress sites? Do you struggle with finding good examples of the power of hooks and filters in customizing your WordPress installation? Then you need to bookmark WordPress Code Snippets at wpsnipp.com.
So your hard disk crashed and you’ve lost all your data – important files, photos of the kids, your contact list and save emails. You are frustrated because you know you should have been performing backups on a regular basis, but you didn’t and now the data is gone for ever. Or is it? It’s […]
In a previous post, I discussed the ease of filtering the “from” address that wp_mail will send email from. This was done using a filter added to your theme’s functions file (functions.php). I always prefer using the functions file for simple filters and actions as a plugin is often overkill for what is necessary.
WP-Members stores all of its registration field names and some of the user dialogs in the WordPress database. If you are installing localized translation files for WP-Members on a WordPress installation where you have already activated the WP-Members plugin, you will likely find that the translated fields names do not load into the database.