Category: Hackers Highlight

Hackers Highlight 3 May 2009

Welcome to the weekly Hackers Highlight, showcasing various interesting information that happened in the last week of WordPress hacker’s mailing list, wp-hackers. You can also follow the mailing list via the Google Group front-end here. This could...

Hackers Highlight 26 April 2009

Welcome to the weekly Hackers Highlight, showcasing various interesting information that happened in the last week of WordPress hacker’s mailing list, wp-hackers. You can also follow the mailing list via the Google Group front-end here. So there...

Hackers Highlight 19 April 2009

Welcome to the weekly Hackers Highlight, showcasing various interesting information that happened in the last week of WordPress hacker’s mailing list, wp-hackers. You can also follow the mailing list via the Google Group front-end here. Did...

Hackers Highlight 12 April 2009

Wow, last weekend was quite a hectic one for me, and so this particular article goes out of schedule a bit. Anyways, as usually, this is the weekly Hackers Highlight, showcasing various interesting information...

Hackers Highlight 05 April 2009

This is the weekly Hackers Highlight, showcasing various interesting information that happened in the last week of WordPress hacker’s mailing list, wp-hackers.   Chris Jean questioned whether it’s possible to hide the parent of a child...

Hackers Highlight 29 March 2009

This is the weekly Hackers Highlight, showcasing various interesting information that happened in the last week of WordPress hacker’s mailing list, wp-hackers.   Joost de Valk warned that he’d been restoring a bunch of 2.7.1 WordPress...

Hackers Highlight 22 March 2009

This is the weekly Hackers Highlight, showcasing various interesting information that happened in the last week of WordPress hacker’s mailing list, wp-hackers. Dave Jaggy asked about custom taxonomies, which seems to be coming in...

Hackers Highlight 15 March 2009

Doug Stewart started the discussion on using WordPress for user-generated collaborative websites.  Some ideas were thrown in, including the usage of TDO Mini Forms plugin to help the job. Mike Schinkel found out that...

Hackers Highlight 8 March 2009

Doug started the discussion on including TimThumb, the small php script used to resize, zoom and crop image files originally developed for the popular Mimbo Pro theme. Nathan Rice pointed out that WordPress already...

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