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WordPress Core File Edits at Perishable Press

Editor’s note: This article was written over 10 years ago, back when “hacking the WordPress core” was the only way to accomplish certain functionality. These days, WordPress has evolved to the point where you should never need to hack anything in the WordPress core files. Please keep that in mind while reading the following information. […] Continue »

Category LiveBookmarks Plus

CLB+ New version of Category LiveBookmarks Plus (CLB+) now available! CLB+ version 2.3.0b enables WordPress 2.3+ users to configure and customize the ultimate set of autodetection feeds, category feeds, category links, and feed links. Features include completely rewritten, optimized code, optional category post counts, and custom RSS-icon links for all category and/or feed links. Overall, […] Continue »

WordPress Search Function Notes

Here is a collection of notes about WordPress search functionality. Note that this post was written a long time ago, so test/verify any code before implementing on a live, production site. Continue »

Create New Permalink Category

If you are running WordPress 2.0.2 and have enabled permalinks, you may have had problems creating a new category or page to your site. I recently encountered this dilemma and devised the following strategy for adding, editing, or even deleting WordPress categories and pages. Note: this tutorial assumes you are running Apache. Continue »

Customize Password-Protected Posts

To customize WordPress-powered password-protected posts, follow these simple steps. Continue »

Migration and Propagation Business

The overly dramatic process of transferring our Online Empire to a new server and then back again manifests several valuable lessons. Please look back your note and observe the following suggestions during any future server migration and/or domain propagation events… Continue »

Server Migration Details

About a year ago we signed up with a hosting provider that offered one of the best hosting deals around: lots of space, bandwidth, and transfer — plus all of the usual server software amenities that make life easier. Everything went smoothly at first… In fact, the first six months of service were close to […] Continue »

Stylish Deleted Text

Fashion stylish deleted text in XHTML via the über obscure del tag. Code example: <del datetime=”1999-Dec-31T23:59:59+00:00″ title=”Text deleted: 31-Dec-1999 @ 23:59″> Terminate me. </del> Live example: Terminate me. Continue »

Obscure XHTML Tags

Well, maybe not that obscure.. <pre> — Preformatted character data <em> — Renders as emphasized text <strong> — Renders as strong emphasized text <tt> — Renders font as teletype or monospace <dfn> — Defines a definition term <code> — Defines computer code text <samp> — Defines sample computer code <kbd> — Defines keyboard text <var> […] Continue »

Robots Notes Plus

About the Robots Exclusion Standard1: The robots exclusion standard or robots.txt protocol is a convention to prevent cooperating web spiders and other web robots from accessing all or part of a website. The information specifying the parts that should not be accessed is specified in a file called robots.txt in the top-level directory of the […] Continue »

Lightbox Notes

To add Lightbox functionality to any single image: Add rel=”lightbox” to the anchor tag. Add a title=”” attribute to the anchor tag. Add an alt=”” attribute to the image tag. To add Lightbox functionality to any series of images: Add rel=”lightbox[value]” to the anchor tag of each image. Add a title=”” attribute to the anchor […] Continue »

JavaScript Notes Plus

Welcome to Perishable Press! This article covers a plethora of useful JavaScript tips and tricks. For more excellent JavaScript information, check out the JavaScript tag archive. If you like what you see, I encourage you to subscribe to Perishable Press for a periodic dose of online enlightenment ;) Nifty JavaScript Design Tricks Clickable divs Standard design […] Continue »

Marquee Madness

For reference purposes.. Marquee Madness <h3><marquee width=”50%”>Marquee Madness</marquee></h3> So accepts the width attribute, like <img> tags. Continue »

Pipe Symbols

Useful reference for content creators working with code snippets: Name Symbol Code Broken pipe symbol ¦ &#166; Unbroken pipe symbol | &#124; Continue »

WordPress Notes Plus

Welcome to Perishable Press! This article covers many different aspects of WordPress functionality, including customizing quicktags, deleting the cache, numbering comments & posts, changing password text, and displaying archive menus. Note that this article was written for previous versions (i.e., less than 2.0) of WordPress. Discrepancies may exist between the code presented in this post […] Continue »

Stupid .htaccess Tricks

Welcome to Perishable Press! This article, Stupid .htaccess Tricks, covers just about every .htaccess “trick” in the book, and easily is the site’s most popular resource. I hope that you find it useful, and either way thank you for visiting :) In addition to this tutorial, you also may want to explore the growing .htaccess […] Continue »

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