How WordPress Changed Content Management (managewp.com) WordPress did not create the concept of content management. Such systems have been around since before the internet was a twinkle in Tim Berners-Lee’s eye. But true innovation rarely effects the greatest change. WordPress took an existing concept, made it highly useable, and introduced it to the masses (free of charge).
20 WordPress Magazine Themes for Technology & Gadget Sites (wplift.com) Technology and gadget blogs are huge online, blogs such as Engadget and Gizmodo garner millions of eyeballs each month with breaking news and inside knowledge of the latest tech. Smaller sites run by one or a small group of bloggers are also flourishing and making a good living covering these subjects, as always WordPress is the perfect tool to manage this type of website and there are many themes designed with this niche in mind.
Debug WordPress rewrite rules matching (www.dev4press.com) With introduction of custom post types, additional templates WordPress loads and maybe custom rewrite rules websites can use, it can be a bit confusing what happens when WP loads and resolves the URL. Sometimes you will end up on wrong page, and here is to find out why.
Get Current Admin Screen Information In WordPress 3.3 (www.deluxeblogtips.com) There’re a couple of variables can help us determining which admin screen we’re seeing: $pagenow for current page ID, $typenow for current post type, etc. But using these variables requires us a huge afford to combine them just to get the correct information we want. Fortunately, since version 3.3, WordPress gives us a more completed solution with WP_Screen class which turns out the best way to get current admin screen information with ease of use.
bbPress Shortcodes Directory (www.wproots.com) If you are working with bbPress or are thinking about using bbPress as your website’s support forum, I would highly recommend becoming familiar with the following shortcodes for displaying your forum content.