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Thinking about attending Future Insights Live in Las Vegas in June? Grab 15% off your ticket with code TUTS now!
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We're holding an awesome Envato co-working day in Chicago on 7th June. We'd love for you to join us! http://inside.envato.com/envato-live/

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Creating a WordPress Theme From Static HTML: Setting Up the Header
So far in this series, you've learned how to create a basic theme from static HTML. You've done the following: Prepared your markup for WordPress Converted your HTML to PHP and split your file into template files Edited the stylesheet and uploaded your theme to WordPress Added a loop to your index file In this tutorial, you'll work on the header.php file that you created in Part 2. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Medium; Tags: Them...
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Using WordPress for Web Application Development: Features: Email – Development – Tuts+ Tutorials by Tom McFarlin
One of the major components of every web application is its ability to send email. Now this doesn't mean that each web application is its own mail client (though people do certainly create their own). Instead, I mean that applications normally send emails when a user signs up, a user modifies their password, when something in the system changes, or - more generally speaking - whenever something occurs for which the site owners want to notif...
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Individual Courses from Tuts+ http://enva.to/IZIg3H
by Xavier Russo, Strategy and Marketing Manager Today I’m pleased to announce that selected courses from Tuts+ are now available for individual purchase on courses.tutsplus.com for just $15 each,...
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Creating a WordPress Theme From Static HTML: Creating Template Files http://enva.to/J6jpe0 by Rachel McCollin
In the first part of this series, I showed you how to prepare your HTML and CSS files for WordPress, ensuring the structure would work, the code was valid and that the correct classes were being used. In this tutorial you'll learn how to take your index.html file and split it up into a set of template files for use by WordPress. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Medium; Tags: Theme Development, WordPress
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We've been listening to your feedback and suggestions, and we've been busy making some changes to Tuts+. Next week you'll start to see improvements including better video and responsive design. You'll also find your tutorials, articles, courses and eBooks in the one place. Read more: 
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Learn how to build a WordPress plugin using best practices in our new Tuts+ Premium Course - http://enva.to/1kJM9XE
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Using WordPress for Web Application Development: Features: Saving Data http://enva.to/198N6rh by Tom McFarlin
When it comes to the web, almost any application that runs within your browser is backed by a data store of some type. Usually, these data stores are in the form of a type of database. Until recently, most applications were built on top of some type of SQL database, but with the rise of document-based databases such as CouchDB, other applications have begun to use other backends as well. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Tags: Creative Coding, WordP...
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Making Use of the Genericons Font in Your Website http://enva.to/J7LrpS
I believe that icon fonts are one of the greatest ideas ever born in the golden age of web design. Some great guys at Automattic probably feel the same way, since they decided to come up with a nice icon font named Genericons. In this article, we're going to learn how awesome icon fonts are and how to make use of the Genericons font. | Difficulty: Beginner; Length: Quick; Tags: Creative Coding, WordPress
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Using WordPress for Web Application Development: Features: Sessions http://enva.to/J8QWnJ by Tom McFarlin
In this series, we're taking a look at how it's possible to build web applications using WordPress. Thus far, we've talked about how WordPress is a foundation (rather than a framework), its architecture, how we need to conceptually think of it when approaching it especially coming from other languages, and then we began talking about the components that make up a basic web application. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Tags: Creative Coding, WordPre...
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Using WordPress For Web Application Development: Features: User Management http://enva.to/1hfvry6 by Tom McFarlin
Throughout this series, we've been taking a look at how WordPress can serve as a foundation for web application development. The thing is, up to this point, we haven't really taken a look at the features of WordPress that really contribute to building web applications. Instead, we've spent time looking at how WordPress serves as a foundation rather than a framework, and we've looked at how WordPress is organized in comparison to many of the mo...
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We'll teach you to develop widgets, plugins and themes, successfully scale sites, find interesting WordPress resources, and build a freelance business around the platform.

Over 25 million people have chosen WordPress to power the place on the web they call “home”, and it’s by far and away the most successful blogging platform online.