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WordPress Basics: Custom Post Types

Reading Time: 3 minutes You might find it hard to believe, but for an experienced WordPress developer trying to see something from a new WordPress user’s perspective is almost as difficult as it is for that user to develop a theme or a plugin. Still, dropping your standard hat and putting a different one on every now and then is rarely a bad thing. So let’s take a look at one of WordPress’ most important features – post types, focusing more on the WHYs of using custom post types than the HOWs.

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Never Lock Users into Your WordPress Themes

Reading Time: 4 minutes If you’re reading this, you’re probably either making money developing WordPress themes, making someone happy by developing themes or working on making one of those two happen. Whatever it is it’s awesome, but are you thinking about the other side? What about people who want to buy a WordPress theme, use it to power their…

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