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Google Analytics for WordPress Beginners

Google Analytics for WordPress Beginners

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Google Analytics makes it easy for you to track and keep tabs on the who, what, when, where, how and why of your blog’s readers. This 4.5 minute video talks you through setting up Analytics for your self-installed WordPress blog.

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How To Enable WordPress 3.0 Multisite

How To Enable WordPress 3.0 Multisite

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Devin Price from WPTheming.com shows you how to enable wordpress 3.0 multisite. In this tutorial he will switch a standard WordPress installation over to the multisite version so you can use multiple blogs from one installation.

How to Add Custom Navigation Menus in WordPress 3.0 Themes

How to Add Custom Navigation Menus in WordPress 3.0 Themes

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Now that WordPress 3.0 is out here is a quick tutorial on how to add custom navigation to your themes.

The new custom navigation feature in WordPress 3.0 has to be my absolute favorite. This gives you the ability to add items like custom links, pages, and categories. The drag and drop interface makes it extremely simple to use. This feature will not be available in older themes unless the theme author updates that theme. In this article, we will show you how you can enable and install custom navigation menus in your themes.

How to Change Author Attribution for a WordPress Post

How to Change Author Attribution for a WordPress Post

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If you’d like to change which of the authors on your blog is given attribution for a specific post, this video will show you how.

How-To Style Category Levels in WordPress with CSS

How-To Style Category Levels in WordPress with CSS

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In this screencast, Tom Johnson of Id Rather be Writing explains how to style category levels in WordPress so that each category level (parent, child, sub-child) will have a distinct style. You style the categories by adding specific classes to your stylesheet.

These are the classes that you will be using:

  • .cat-item a (top level, or all levels if no other classes are used)
  • .cat-item ul li a (child level)
  • .cat-item ul ul li a (sub-child level)

Designing and Coding WordPress Themes from Scratch

Designing and Coding WordPress Themes from Scratch

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Imagine it’s 2am and you just hit “activate” on your most anticipated WordPress theme to date. Finally, after weeks of hard work you now get to showoff that friggin’ sweet WordPress theme you designed and coded from scratch.

In this kickass WordPress article there are 24 total resources that will show you how to design and code WordPress themes from scratch. This includes 9 design and coding tutorials, 12 Photoshop mockups, 2 WordPress e-books, and even a developers “Cheat Sheet”.

10 Tutorials Using WordPress and JQuery

10 Tutorials Using WordPress and JQuery

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Getting the awesomess of JQuery integrated into WordPress is much more simple than you think. Here are 10 Tutorials using WordPress and JQuery.

Let’s start this off by properly including JQuery in WordPress.

Create Your Own Anti-IE6 Plugin For WordPress

Create Your Own Anti-IE6 Plugin For WordPress

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As the web slowly progress and moves away from IE6 there are still those people or companies that just cannot get the hint and move forward. This handy and quick tutorial will show you how to serve IE6 users the default WordPress theme.