Does anybody know of any good publicly-available WordPress training materials (videos, manuals, etc.) that could be used to give content editors a basic overview of WordPress. We have a a handful of blogs on a WordPress server and I’d really like to be able to automate training some more.
I am reading the source of a plugin (gallery to slideshow plugin) to make it behave like i want and it is using an action add_action( ‘the_posts’, array( &$this, ‘have_gallery’ ), 10, 1 ); I want to know what those extra parameters (10,1) mean but i cant find the documentation of this action. Please help
We’d like to use WordPress to author the technical documentation for our software product. We’ve used plain-old WordPress pages, arranged then hierarchically, and it works ok, but it’s not great. The problems: The WordPress page editor is dog slow. You can’t drag and drop pages around to change the hierarchy Nothing maintains section numbering, like […]
I’ve been looking for a list all WP_Query arguments. This looks obvious, but http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/WP_Query isn’t helpful at all, “post_type” is mentioned only in an example, and arguments like “posts_per_page” aren’t even there.
We have been creating a bunch of templates that are very custom and change from time to time but also have a bunch of similar parts from theme to theme. I am looking to streamline the way we create our documentation to pass off to users and was looking to the WPA community to see […]
I am making readme.html file for a plugin with some detailed setup instruction that need to include screenshots. As rest of UI I want it be consistent with WordPress style and so I looked at its own readme.html. It includes stylesheet with relative path: <link rel=”stylesheet” href=”wp-admin/css/install.css?ver=20100228″ type=”text/css” /> So for a plugin file I […]
In WordPress we have several objects defined through classes that are enough documented. These are the WP_Query, WPDB, WP_Post and other. There are other objects however that are actually created at runtime, usually converting an array to a standard object, or reading from the DB. For instance, the taxonomy object you get from get_taxonomy() function. […]
I was working on implementing the media library within one of my plugins/themes. I found a nice tutorial (http://mikejolley.com/2012/12/using-the-new-wordpress-3-5-media-uploader-in-plugins/) that showed me how to do this using the JS object ‘wp’ I can’t seem to find any documentation on this in the codex or when Googling. How does one learn this object and its methods?
Are there any good publicly-available WordPress training materials (videos, manuals, etc.) that could be used to give content editors a basic overview of WordPress? We have a handful of blogs on a WordPress server and I’d really like to be able to automate training some more.