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WordPress professional: Development and design - Brad Williams, David Damstra, Hal Stern
WordPress's highest ranked engineering and engineering publication on the market is back with a completely new third issue. is the only WordPress aimed at programmers with enhanced contents that leverage the full capabilities of the world's most beloved CMS. This issue has been fully updated to WordPress 4.1 and includes updated examples with all new screen shots and the full investigation of additional challenges made possible by the latest set of utilities and functions, insights into real-world project that currently use WordPress as an applications frame, as well as the system's fundamental usage and capabilities from the developer's point of view.
Posted by experienced WordPress developpers, the contents of this issue focus on the real-world use of WordPress concepts beyond the latest WordPress release. Starting in 2003 with a piece of daily typographic improvement coding, WordPress has evolved into the largest self-hosted website operating system in the industry.
Originally created out of a wish for an sleek, well-developed and personalized publication system based on PHP and MySQL, WordPress has grown into a complete CMS used by tens of millions of plugins, widgets and topics.
All-in-One WordPress for dummies - Lisa Sabin-Wilson, Cory Miller, Kevin Palmer, Andrea Rennick, Michael Torbert
WorldPress is a state-of-the-art blogs publication technology with nearly ten million live installs. There are eight mini books that offer extended cover of the WordPress community's most important themes, including WordPress fundamentals, themes design, plug-in creation, as well as inclusion of content in your site, as well as advanced search engine optimization (SEO), multi-site adaptation, and operation. WordPress All-in-One for Dummies presents everything you need to know about WordPress in one handy little work!
Released Notes Archive - Mesh Page Builder Plugin for WordPress
Changing the size of the columns is now faster. Segments are no longer redrawn at every "slide", but only after a modification. It is a point release that concentrates on a few errors that we noticed on our gif hub issues trackers. Corrected a problem where a reorganization caused this section to not function correctly until the update.
Corrected a problem where deleting idle blocs was more offensive than it should be. Corrected an annoying error that caused your contents to be deleted if you modified the number of columns before you saved. If the section is only one width columns, you should not display static compensation selections.