Achilles is a tool that sets out to solve a daily problem in web development: how can a site offer both dynamic user experiences and the robustness of static pages without the developer having to repeat herself?
If you haven’t already read it, Michael Martin’s article on improving the wordpress search page is worth a quick glance. In return for a little... Read on →
Assuming that $keywords holds the query keywords, a table containing the indexed columns title and body may be queried for relevant results using: Read on →
Even when a WordPress post index page is pinned to a static page, it’s sometimes nice to allow a theme’s users to edit the page’s title and... Read on →
I recently used WordPress’s new custom post type functionality (WP3+) to get biographies and testimonials for each staff member of a community... Read on →