October 21, 2010

WordPress Cheat Sheets & PDFs (Download)

We all need a little reminder about various WordPress tags and functions when coding our templates, if you don’t want to keep refering to the Codex all the time, then a Cheat Sheet can really come in handy. In this post I have rounded up as many examples as I could find – hopefully they…

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