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How to Use the WordPress Register Sidebar Function

In this article we'll look at some ways to use the default WordPress register sidebar function along with some advanced tips.

A Guide To HTTP And The WordPress HTTP API – Part 2

The WordPress HTTP API allows us to connect to third party APIs like Twitter, Facebook, Mailchimp and more. Read on to learn how!

A Guide To HTTP And The WordPress HTTP API – Part 1

HTTP is the protocol that powers the web. With the knowledge of how HTTP requests and responses work you can utilize great APIs easily!

WordPress Database – How Sidebars Work

In this article we'll take a look at how WordPress widget areas, sidebars and widgets work on a database level.

Managing WordPress Development With Symlinks

Symlinks can be used to point a plugin or theme from one central location to multiple WordPress installs. This minimizes development and testing time.

wp_enqueue_scripts – How to Enqueue Your Assets in WordPress

Use wp_enqueue_scripts in WordPress to add your Javascript and CSS assets to your site while managing their dependencies in a modular way.

Using The WordPress HTTP API

The WordPress HTTP API will help you make HTTP calls a lot more easily. This is a complete tutorial about how to use it in WordPress.

12 Best Crowdfunding Options for Your WordPress Website

Looking to start a crowdfunding website on WordPress, just like KickStarter? Here are 12 crowdfunding options, plugins and themes for WordPress.

Top 15 WordPress Download Manager Plugins

Trying to manage file downloads on your WordPress website? Here's a list of the top 15 WordPress download manager plugins to get you started.

How to Manage 40+ Client Sites Successfully — Free Ebook Download

Managing client sites has never been easier (if you follow these tips). Download this 60-page ebook and learn how to scale site management!

Independent Reviews of Kinsta

In the past weeks Kinsta was featured in a couple of unique reviews that we think are as unbiased as possible: "Kinsta’s performance was top tier"

BuddyPress, bbPress and GlotPress Development Crowdfunding Campaign

John James Jacoby (JJJ) launched a campaign on Indiegogo two days ago to raise money to fund his full-time work of six months on three sister projects of WordPress: BuddyPress, bbPress and GlotPress. The purpose of the campaign is to reach the goal of $50,000 that would make it possible for him to work on the aforementioned three projects.