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Methods for Customizing the WordPress Login Form

Developers who have been using WordPress for a long time are familiar with the login form. It is styled in a very generic manner consistent with the default WordPress theme. It is also the same design found on the registration form and the Forgot Password form. But there are very few who go out of their way to update the styles and rearrange the design schemes.

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In this article I would like to present just a couple of methods for re-designing your WordPress login form. The techniques may take a couple of hours developing new styles, but it can be finished within a day. You’ll need some knowledge of backend coding to edit inside your theme files. Additionally many of these changes can be theme-specific which means you can quickly turn them off when required.

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How To Publish Multi-Page WordPress Posts

In the WordPress backend panel you have the option of writing new pages or a new blog post. These options differ because of how WordPress organizes content, and how the dates are formatted. But what’s interesting about WordPress posts is that you can quickly split up content into multiple page articles.

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This technique will force readers to click a link leading onto the next page. It is very simple to implement into any blog theme, so you won’t need to deal with a whole lot of customizations. In this article I want to introduce multiple page blog posts and how you can set them up for your own website.

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Introduction to the WordPress WooThemes Framework

There are literally dozens of various WordPress open source frameworks to build on. You can search through Google and filter hundreds of results based on themes, backend scripts, and plugins. But I feel that WooThemes and specifically the WooFramework have allowed developers access to newer tools and ideas like never before.

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In this brief article I would like to go over the process of getting started building on WooThemes. The whole system is likely very complicated to non-developers who are not familiar with the language. However WooThemes has put together an excellent documentation page which explains the backend functions in many popular themes.

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New Features & Updates Released in WordPress 3.5

The WordPress team is constantly busy with bug fixes and template updates. But every so often we notice a brand new release version of WordPress which comes with a few handy features. This is how we have come to accept the modern-day era of WordPress with featured thumbnail images and custom post types.

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I want to look into the new WordPress 3.5 release and pick out just a few updates worthy of discussion. These may not be the most interesting changes, but WP developers have been focused on improving usability for years. The goal is to offer feature-rich publishing to even the least tech-savvy individuals.

5 More Reasons to Try WordPress

Last month we talked about WordPress and why the demand for WordPress websites is only going to grow. That’s why it’s so important to get started now and be at the front of this trend.

Today, I’d like to have Conrad Feagin – the founder of LearnWebDevelopment.com – explain why WordPress is so impressive and popular. But, first I have an announcement…

LearnWebDevelopment.com’s last WordPress Bootcamp was a huge success and sold out well before the deadline. Because of this they have announced another WordPress Bootcamp starting in December. Yes, it’s almost a month away, but there are three BIG benefits to registering now:

  • 1. You’ll save $200 on early bird pricing (that’s over half off)!
  • 2. You’ll get “Building Websites in WordPress” immediately so you can get started today.
  • 3. You’ll secure your spot before they’re all gone.

Go here.