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WordPress Resources Weekend Wrap-up



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I haven’t been writing tutorials and giving you cool WordPress stuff to use lately, but I’m getting back to it. Starting with this post, the following are my personal bookmarks for this week:

WordPress Theme Hacks
On his new project, Web Designer Wall, Nick La of NDesign-Studio.com shows you how to use conditional tags, dynamically style certain features like a horizontal menu, and how to place whatever you want in between each post.

WordPress Help Sheet
This help sheet is for newbies. Instead of going through the WordPress Codex to look up every basic function, bookmark or download this all in one basic functions guide. Combine this with Nick La’s theme hacks and you’re good to go.

Top 40 Blogs About WordPress
An interesting list by Artur of WPThemesGallery.com, in which Wpdesigner.com is ranked #3. Thanks, Artur! If your site is not up there, send an email to wpthemesgallery [at] gmail [dot] com to get listed.


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