August 4, 2012

A Simple Guide to Understanding Meta Data and When to Use it

WordPress started as a blogging platform and turned itself into a powerful CMS, running a variety of mid-size and large projects all over the world. Posts and pages are the beginning of the custom post type generation, just like categories and tags form the first pair of custom taxonomies…

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