July 10, 2012

Pluginception: Using a Plugin to Create a Functionality Plugin in WordPress

Every now and then we get an email from one of our users explaining how they broke their WordPress site while trying to add some code to their functions.php file. It was for this reason that we wrote a tutorial on how to paste code properly in WordPress. Furthermore, if the code…

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