Problem: You need to query the first x number of sticky posts in WordPress. Solution: Read the guide on how to load these posts.
Page templates hold the key to unleashing a powerful site using WordPress. This is the first post in a series of tutorials on how to make the best use of this feature of WordPress.
A guide on correctly formatting your code and using the proper template tags when coding The Loop for WordPress.
How to create a visually-stunning image gallery using WordPress bookmarks (links). This is the third part in the Doing more with bookmarks series.
How to use the built-in WordPress links manager to create an easy-to-edit navigation menu for your site. Change links straight from your dashboard.
How to point your WordPress feeds to Feedburner by using your theme’s functions.php instead of an .htaccess file.
Have you ever needed specific posts to function a little differently than other posts. Here’s a guide on creating single post templates in WordPress.
WordPress 2.7 has a new
wp_page_menu() API. Learn how to use it and keep your theme backward compatible with older versions of WordPress.
If you’ve ever needed to have two installations of WordPress but share the same users across both installations, this is how you do it. It’s actually no harder than adding two lines to the
wp-config.php of the second installation.
Jeff Chandler at Weblog Tools Collection wrote a post titled Stop Blaming the WordPress Team, in which he basically argues that the users shouldn’t blame the WordPress developers if a plugin breaks with an upgrade.