Common set of custom functions for wordpress

May 27, 2010

When designing WordPress themes, we always add a common set of custom functions to the wordpress theme’s functions.php file. This speeds up development time and optimizing many key aspects of WordPress, because we don’t have to hunt for and individually copy the same slew of functions for every theme. In this article, we deliver prime collection of custom functions to enhance your WordPress site. These new functions will help you optimize your development process while enhancing WordPress with essential functionality.... [Read the full story]

Overwrite WordPress core functions

November 26, 2008

This is a really, really, bad idea to modify WordPress core files. Why? Simply because you’ll have to modify that file again when you’ll upgrade your blog. Here’s how to overwrite WordPress core function without modifying any core file. Why overwriting instead of replacing? At first, modifying a core file seems a lot easier than overwriting it. But what will you do when you’ll have to upgrade your blog? New WordPress versions are released something like every two months, so it might be a long and... [Read the full story]