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The latest bounty offering from ThemeForest.net parent company Envato comes in the form of a $4,000 prize pool for Ecwid themes and templates. Growth Officer Shane Freer posted Thursday that the contest will be open to all ThemeForest developers and designers with the first 20 submitted (and approved) products each receiving a share of the winnings. In his March 21st forum thread, Freer stated “We’re putting a $4,000 bounty on the heads of Envato’s most wanted file type – Ecwid themes on ThemeForest. The first 10 x WordPress, Joomla or Drupal themes & the first 10 x site templates uploaded […]

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In this advanced WordPress tutorial I am going to explain a couple different methods I developed for making post images size themselves automatically when the user changes the browser window’s size. I decided to share these methods mostly because this was no simple task to figure out for the first time and I was unable to find any help regarding this issue on the web. I created these two methods described below for a job that I had to do, so since there was nothing online about how to do it, I developed my own custom methods for the custom […]

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Since 2006, WordCamps have become a staple of the WordPress community by allowing individuals and companies located throughout the world to congregate and share ideas on how to better utilize tools associated with the open source platform. More than 207 WordCamps have been held over the past 6 1/2 years, in 116 cities, across 38 countries and six continents. The results have been overwhelming. Data gathered from the seminars (which are now held on a near-weekly basis around the globe) has contributed to a faster learning curve; prompting WordPress project collaborators to more easily complete and streamline their tasks. Although […]

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An interesting startup project posted over the weekend on KickStarter.com caught our attention today. The project revolves around the future creation of an image sharing app called Pressgram which would be built for an independent web and give users complete creative control over their images while allowing them to retain page views. Atlanta’s John Saddington (formerly of Facebook and Instagram) heads the project, and posted his funding requirements Saturday on KickStarter, requesting a minimum of $50,000 in pledged funds by April 15th in order to create a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) by August of this year. A complete breakdown of […]

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Earlier today, developers Daniel Bachhuber, Rinat Khaziev and Jeremy Felt launched an update for the Ad Code Manager. Version 0.4 includes a number of upgrades over previous releases and is readily available to WordPress.com VIP customers as of now. The plugin, which is designed to assist webmasters and non-developers with the snippets of JavaScript that are used for displaying advertisements on your website, provides a user-friendly interface for inexperienced website owners who would like to easily manage their advertisement codes from the back-end. Version 0.4 Features If you are currently a WordPress.com VIP member, then the latest version of Ad […]



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