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1. Community Pool | The Daily Post

“The Community Pool is for those of you looking for input, whether on post ideas, writing, blog design and layout, or anything else. If you have a post, page, or idea you want to bounce off someone, leave a comment. Your fellow bloggers can then click through and offer input either on your site, or in the comments here (feel free to indicate which you’d prefer).”

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2. CSS Regions Matter | Flippin’ Awesome

“I wrote this article before the news came out that Google decided to pull Regions out of Blink, which, in my opinion, is a big loss for the web community. So, even though the content of the article may go in vain, I think it’s still worth sharing why I think CSS Regions mattered, and wish they weren’t ditched like that. I hope you guys like it anyway.


3. Reblog Content From Other Sites using “Press This” Bookmarklet

“Among all the features in WordPress, Press This could probably be one of the least known. Have you heard about it? Even though it has been included since the early versions of WordPress with the name of Press It, not many people use it as a blogging tool.


4. MyPhotostream review: All your Photo Stream, none of the bloat | Macworld

“MyPhotostream is an easy way to view all the pictures in your personal Photo Stream without having to launch iPhoto or Aperture.


5. Linen Logo Mock-Up Template | Psd Mock Up Templates | Pixeden

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6. SOLID: Part 3 – Liskov Substitution & Interface Segregation Principles – Tuts+ Code Tutorial

“The Single Responsibility (SRP), Open/Closed (OCP), Liskov Substitution, Interface Segregation, and Dependency Inversion. Five agile principles that should guide you every time you write code.

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7. Marko Heijnen: Building Plugins Like A Pro |

Marko Heijnen WC Sofia

“PUBLISHED January 24, 2014

In this presentation Marko Heijnen talks more about the workflow and what are the best practices and techniques of creating WordPress plugins.


8. Status App: A WordPress-Powered Mobile Micro Messaging Service

“As Matt Mullenweg predicted in the State of the Word address in 2013, this new year brings with it a growing excitement around building applications based on WordPress. The launch of AppPresser, the first mobile application framework for WordPress, produced a healthy buzz around the idea and now the community is primed for more.

9. Technique For Creating Portable Social Menus In WordPress Themes

“One of the features within the Stargazer child theme we are using on WPTavern are the social icons located at the bottom of the site. The social icons are not images but rather, Genericons. As explained by Konstantin Kovshenin, Justin Tadlock used a method to add social network icons that are portable between themes. By using a few simple CSS selectors, the social links are able to be targeted by their href attribute.”


10. Trending repositories on GitHub today

“This site is worth a visit once a week or so, to see what is trending on GitHub. You need to keep up, though it is difficult. I may try a screencast and upload it to Youtube.