Category: wordpress


„autobench – Automates the benchmarking of web servers using httperf. autobench is used to to automate web server benchmarking. It runs httperf against the specified host or hosts, ramping up the number of requested connections, and logging the results in […]


just in case… if you installed wordpress using an unencrypted connection (without SSL) and later you decide to add SSL and want to connect to your blog via https… well you kind of CAN but … it will keep you […]


i really like wordpress… this blog is using it. what i don’t like if things become tooo „automatic“. including fonts and scripts from external sources (google) that can be changed/updated/modified anytime… they could smuggle surveillance code into a billion wordpress […]


create new file: /wp-content/themes/yourtheme-child/ <?php require_once ‚../../../wp-config.php‘; /* get properties of specific master-slider slider  *  * js to decode params:  * var decodeFix = function(str) {     var decoded = B64.decode(str);     return decoded.slice(0, decoded.lastIndexOf("}") + 1) }; […]


it’s not really intuitiv. You search for: but the keyword „download“ does not pop to your eye. here you can DOWNLOAD are the precompiled (PO) language packs for the backend: Download Language packs:


in theory it should work like that (untested!): /**  * Validate the extra register fields.  *  * @param  string $username          Current username.  * @param  string $email             Current email.  * @param […]


it’s loading all the super-efficient library.min.js Versions but you need to debug a JavaScript file? open wp-config.php in your favourite editor an add: (right after define(‚WP_DEBUG‘, true);) /**  * For developers: WordPress debugging mode.  *  * Change this to true […]


This last section contains various suggestions regarding Plugin development. The code of a WordPress Plugin should follow the WordPress Coding Standards. Please consider the Inline Documentation Standards as well. All the functions in your Plugin need to have unique names […]


Links Source: Plugin API/Filter Reference This article contains an extensive (but not 100% comprehensive) list of the filter hooks available for use in plugin development in Version 2.1 and above of WordPress. For more information: To learn more […]


if you would like to upload *.svg graphics, you should get this plugin: allow additional mime types upload manage upload types manage upload types you can access the plugin via: settings -> media the whole thing looks like this:


the lite version is free… testing it right now 🙂 [youtube=] Upgrade to the Standard Calendar for free Extended Views Import/Export Events Facebook Integration Filter by Category and Tag Recurring Events Upcoming Events Widgets Locations and Maps Basic Support Upgrade […]