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Minimum Required PHP version

Minimum Required PHP version for Plugins

WordPress development is taking a big step forward to in encouraging adoption of up-to-date technologies, And this time its in the form of “Minimum PHP version” required to run a plugin. As of yesterday, plugin developers can set the minimum PHP version required in order to run their plugins.
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Filter Posts by Taxonomies

Filtering Posts by Taxonomies in the Dashboard

In this quick tutorial, we will learn how to add new filters (dropdowns) to any Post Type screen in order to filter content by custom Taxonomies.

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Managing Content Easily With Quick Edit

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to make your very own Quick Edit fields to improve your client’s content editing experience.
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Automation in WordPress: A Practical Guide

In this new post in the series I’ll go through practical about Automation in WordPress the concepts of automation are explained, as well as actionable instructions on how to start automating ASAP!   So… Why Should I Learn Automation? In the previous article in this series, Automation: The Future of WordPress Development, I explained how you…
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Retrieving Results Filtered by WP_Tax_Query

In this third part of our series, after presenting the WP_Meta_Query and the WP_Date_Query Generators, we are introducing the WP_Tax_Query Generator which allows you to filter queries by taxonomies.
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Filtering Data with WP_Meta_Query

WordPress allows us to filter data by custom fields. The WP_Meta_Query class is used to generate SQL WHERE clauses to filter queries by meta fields. Now after we announced our WP_Date_Query Generator, the next natural move was to let you easily create advanced meta queries using our new WP_Meta_Query Generator.
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New WordPress 4.7 Features in GenerateWP

WordPress 4.7 is immanent, it’s that time we update our generators with new features added to core. Here is a review of the generators we updated with new 4.7 features.
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WP_Date_Query Entrails

WordPress uses WP_Date_Query class for generating SQL WHERE clauses to filter queries by date. We worked very hard to build an easy-to-use tool to help developers generate multiple date queries. Introducing our new WP_Date_Query Generator.
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Web Summit 2016: Day 4 – Giants Among Us

On the last day of Web Summit 2016 we are set to meet the big companies in the industry.
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Web Summit 2016: Day 3 – The Fun Continues

Yesterday we found a few great startups that provided the WordPress community some coupon codes. Today we meet some friends and new technologies.
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