This WordPress helper will let you create Meta Boxes fast with the flexibility you need as a developer. Full documentation walks you step-by-step. Create custom WordPress Meta Box UI elements for your projects with ease.
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With the latest release of Thesis 1.7 you can now import and export your Thesis settings. Why is this cool? There are a few reasons, but the most rad reason (yeah, I said rad) is the ability to create your own custom skin (a Thesis child theme). The Thesis Theme basically provides everything you need to create custom skins:
As you begin to build custom UI elements (meta box elements) for your WordPress themes and/or plugins; you may find it useful to hide certain meta data variable names so that they do not appear in the Custom Fields area (these are the values that get stored in the wp_postmeta database table).
Learning how to create custom WordPress meta boxes allow you to make professional UI elements for yourself and your clients. This WordPress meta box tutorial will show you how to add admin UI elements to the edit post/page screens.
The script’s main purpose is to provide an easier way to put WordPress on your server (it doesn’t configure WordPress for you). It does do a few things: it will automatically download the latest WordPress release (Zip file), then it will extract the Zip file contents (keeping the wordpress folder if wanted) and then it cleans up, removing the Zip file and itself.
Make your WordPress custom meta boxes page specific. The home page is a great example of this: often the main page will contain several unique elements which would benefit from using custom meta boxes, but how do you limit the meta box to the home page only?
This special guide will show you how to configure Gmail to work with your current POP accounts, use IMAP access to transfer old emails, use labels to better organize your mail (the power of labels), add an on-demand “check mail” link and setup Gmail for offline use.
HiFi is a head insert and foot insert plugin. It allows you to include script, style, meta and any other code you want into your posts and pages. The inserted code is page-specific, this means that only the pages you want will be affected.
This jQuery plugin converts a properly formatted table, having thead and tbody elements (tfoot optional), into a scrollable table. Scrollable tables are most useful when having to display lots of tubular data in a fixed space.