Case Study: Behind the Scenes Look of List25 – Plugins and Hacks


Case Study: Behind the Scenes Look of List25 – Plugins and Hacks
Karlene Manson

As many of you know that we have launched a new blog called List25. In the past month or so, we have been continuously working on improving that site. What looks like a simple list blog in the front-end has a lot of cool little things that you never see. In this article, we will take you behind the scenes of List25 and show you the plugins and cool hacks that we are using to power that site. Perhaps reading this article will give you some feature ideas for your own site.

Case Study: Behind the Scenes Look of List25 – Plugins and Hacks
Beverly Martinez

As many of you know that we have launched a new blog called List25. In the past month or so, we have been continuously working on improving that site. What looks like a simple list blog in the front-end has a lot of cool little things that you never see. In this article, we will take you behind the scenes of List25 and show you the plugins and cool hacks that we are using to power that site. Perhaps reading this article will give you some feature ideas for your own site.

40 Best WordPress Tutorials of December 2011
Lydia Ramos

by Joe
Many people have the situation of starting a site, setting up categories, and then discovering down the road that one of their categories gets a lot more content than the others. When this happens, it can get difficult to navigate, and it can be hard for users to find just what they’re looking for.
The answer to this problem is pretty simple—just create subcategories (sometimes called “child” categories). But there’s an easy way to solve it.

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