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Automatically import a Google Drive Sheet (CSV) into TablePress using Automatic Periodic Table Import

To keep this post short-and-sweet, which will be the aim for future articles, I am experimenting with the Situation, Task, Action, Result (STAR) method for this write-up. Do let me know if you think it works or not in the comments or the

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So it turns out Matt Mullenweg is the owner of WLTC and WP Tavern…

And if it wasn’t for my exams, I would have picked up on this news earlier… who would have thought? 🙂 http://www.wptavern.com/secrets-revealed-wltc-and-wptavern Personally, I am very glad to find out about this revelation – it shows the right people still

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Separate theme display and functionality with a build-your-own custom functionality plugin

Having worked with child themes for some time, it was great to learn something new today, one that will cause a paradigm shift in the way I work with themes. The epiphany came from Dave Clements, who built on Ryan

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Get Involved with WordPress: The complete ‘How to contribute’ guide by Siobhan McKeown

His Jeffro-ness has recently started writing new articles again and today, he wrote about a new guide written by Siobhan McKeown which is effectively the complete handbook on how to contribute to WordPress. Titled “Sharing Your Experiences: How To Contribute To WordPress”

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Switching to Responsive Theme

I recently developed a site for a client using the excellent Responsive theme as a basis. As a result, I ended up joining the Responsive Free support forums, where the CyberChimps staff offer free CSS support for the theme.  It’s a

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