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Creating An Awesome Dropdown Menu for WordPress 3 Custom Menus

WordPress 3.0 came with a quite handy Native menu support that can be easily customized through the wordpress admin. Here, we are about to see how to create a dropdown menu in wordpress using Superfish , a popular Javascript based …

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Easily Create Multilingual Sites With WordPress

Some days ago, I had to build a multilingual website using WordPress and the WPML plugin. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you what I’ve done to


WordPress Plugin: WP Event Ticketing

As we were gearing up to organize WordCamp Las Vegas 2010, we wanted to move the management of the ticket ordering process in-house. One of the


Become Expert With 40 WordPress Tutorials

Let's have a round up of 40 very useful wordpress tutorials for you which may help you to be an expert. Even if you are expert you

Top 10 Free WordPress 3.0 Ready Themes

As with every other major release, to accommodate all of the new features there has been some (mostly minor) compatibility issues with a number of themes.

20 Plugin Replacing Tutorials, Tips, Snippets and Solutions for WordPress

It is no secret that there is an endless supply of plugins that will make WordPress highly extensible, its one of the main reasons why WordPress

60+ Fresh and Inspirational WordPress Site Designs

Many of you should know that instantShift is proudly powered by WordPress, as a Blogging and CMS tool. If you are in search of good CMS or a

90 Tips To Make Your Blog Rock

Blogging whether it is for your personal passion or for the corporate blog is quite often a journey that has its highs and lows. Sometimes we need to

Working With WordPress Excerpts

An excerpt is a summary of your blog post, this is an optional feature in WordPress and can be used in circumstances where you would only

When’s the Best Time to Publish Blog Posts?

Of all the data analysis that I’ve done, day-of-week and time-of-day data has been consistently the most popular. So in preparation for my upcoming webinar, titled

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