Another week brings another awesome set of WordPress links. This week we have blog posts and WordPress tutorials.
Check out tons of good stuff, after the jump.
First off, we have some interesting blog posts and editorials:
- Matt Wiebe wrote an interesting editorial on the state of WordPress theme review requirements. (Remember, we interviewed a member of the theme review team last week.)
- WPBeginner went over what’s coming in WordPress 3.1.
- Adii’s most recent editorial on the WooThemes blog says WordPress shouldn’t do everything.
- Joost de Valk started up an interesting discussion on his blog about “design by” footer links.
- Matt Mullenweg posted a quick video of Automattic employees.
- Lee Willis has written up why he thinks custom post type theming is broken.
- Jeff at WPTavern started up a discussion around WordPress Plugin settings screens.
- Chris Abernethy posted about why WordPress asks for connection information.
- Leland reviewed the Quality Control theme.
- Ozh put together a fun chart on the process behind making WordPress Plugins.
Next, learn something new with these tutorials:
- A new quick how-to on WPRecipes on how to increase the WordPress memory limit.
- Frank from WPEngineer on how to use WordPress shortcodes outside of the WYSIWYG editor.
- Sarah Gooding shows how to unlock secret, and potentially very dangerous “All Settings” menu in the Dashboard.
- Kristarella wrote up a tutorial on building Thesis squeeze and landing pages.
- Bill Erickson wrote up how to add content to your Genesis theme navigation.
- WPRecipes has a new post on how to automatically notify your members of new posts.
- Josh Lueze posted about adding a theme’s CSS style to the visual editor.
That’s it for links this week. If you run across something link worthy, don’t hesitate to let us know about it. If it’s worth a story we’ll jump on it, and if it’s best suited for a community news post it will show up in this space next week.