Barış Ünver
Core WordPress Author in Tuts+ Code, and freelance web designer. Follow him on Twitter or visit his blog, if you speak Turkish.
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    Speeding Up WordPress: Image OptimizationSpeedy wordpress logo
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    In this three-part series, we're working through a number of different strategies we can use in order to speed up our WordPress website. In this final part, we're going to take a look at using image optimization to further enhance the speed of our site.Read More…
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    Speed Up WordPress: Using CDNs, Compression, and Minification to Speed Up WordPressSpeedy wordpress logo
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    In the first part of this series, we reviewed caching and database optimization. In this second part, we'll talk about compression, minification, and using a CDN.Read More…
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    A Simple Guide to the WordPress Quicktags APIQuicktags featured image
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    As of version 4.0, there are 18 built-in APIs in WordPress, and one of them is the Quicktags API. In this tutorial, we're going to learn what the Quicktags API is and how to use it.Read More…
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    An 8-Step Checklist for Publishing a WordPress Theme on ThemeForest: Part 2Publishing on themeforest thumb
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    In this two-part series, we're looking at a checklist for creating WordPress themes that can be published and sold on ThemeForest. Part 2 continues where the first part left off, with four more checklist items to ensure your theme is rock-solid and ready for approval.Read More…
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    An 8-Step Checklist for Publishing a WordPress Theme on ThemeForest: Part 1Publishing on themeforest thumb
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    ThemeForest has to set the bar high to make sure they have the best themes in the marketplace. In this tutorial, we're going to go through a "checklist" to create WordPress themes that can be published and sold on ThemeForest.Read More…
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    Speed Up WordPress: Caching and Database OptimizationSpeedy wordpress logo
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    One of the most popular talking points in the WordPress community is speeding up WordPress and optimizing web pages. In this three-part series, we're going to go through every aspect of optimizing and speeding up your WordPress website.Read More…
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    When You're Hacked in WordPress: Staying Safe Later OnHacked wordpress logo
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    In the first part of this series, we went through what to do when your website gets hacked. In this second part, we're going to learn about staying safe.Read More…
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    When You’re Hacked in WordPress: Dealing With a Hacked WordPress SiteHacked wordpress logo
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    One of the worst things that can happen to your website just happened: It's been hacked. What to do now?Read More…
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    Ever Heard of Must-Use Plugins?Mu plugins image
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    Most WordPress features are well known—like custom post types, action and filter hooks, and the visual editor—but some of them aren't necessarily as "famous" as others. In this article, we're going to talk about one of the lesser known (yet extremely useful) features of WordPress: must-use plugins.Read More…
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    Things You Should Separate From Your ThemeDesign plus functionality wordpress preview
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    To me, extensibility is the best feature of WordPress, and helps make it the most popular content management system in the world. But when you take it the wrong way, you could accidentally make a WordPress user's life unnecessarily difficult. Read More…
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    The Curious Case of Specialty ThemesSpecialty themes thumb
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    Sometimes, a theme and a bunch of plugins won't work for our project. Sometimes, we need a complete system with a decent design and solid functionality. In those situations, that's exactly when specialty themes come into play.Read More…
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    Fifty Actions of WordPress – Series FinaleWordpress actions
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    Welcome to the series finale of "Fifty Actions of WordPress!" Over the last few weeks, we've been looking at WordPress actions - what they are, how to use them, and 50 of those that exist along with examples of how to put them to work for us. In this last part, we're going to review what we learned and summarize all the 50 actions with a couple of words for each one.Read More…