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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    50 Filters of WordPress: Filters 41-5050 filters of wordpress preview
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    In the previous parts of this series, we went through 40 WordPress filters. In this tutorial, we're going to see the last 10 filters and do examples with each. Let's begin!Read More…
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    50 Filters of WordPress: Filters 31-4050 filters of wordpress preview
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    In the previous parts of this series, we went through 20 WordPress filters. In this tutorial, we're going to continue the trend and review another batch of them and follow along examples with each. Let's begin!Read More…
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    50 Filters of WordPress: Filters 11-2050 filters of wordpress preview
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    In the previous part of this series, we started going through 50 WordPress filters. Selected among hundreds, we started by reviewing 10 of them. In this tutorial, we're going to see another batch of them and review some examples of each.Read More…
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    50 Filters of WordPress: Filters 21-3050 filters of wordpress preview
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    In the previous parts of this series, we went through 30 WordPress filters. In this tutorial, we're going to see another batch of them and do examples with each. Let's begin!Read More…
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    50 Filters of WordPress: The First 10 Filters50 filters of wordpress preview
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    In the first post of the series, we introduced the idea of the world of filters within the context of WordPress. In this tutorial, we're going to start reviewing 50 selected filters by explaining what they do and see an example for each filter. So, without further ado, here's the first batch of our 50 filters!Read More…
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    50 Filters of WordPress: An Introduction to Filters50 filters of wordpress preview
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    WordPress is an amazing platform and the most popular content management system in the world. The reason for this title is because of its extensibility. In this series, we're going to learn about filters - one of the best ways we can extend WordPress.Read More…
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    Utilizing WordPress Shortcodes and Custom Fields for FootnotesWordpress
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    The things you can do with WordPress is arguably limitless, in terms of web design and development. In this tutorial, we're going to make use of shortcodes and custom fields in order to create a working "Footnotes" section.Read More…
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    A Guide on Using the iThemes Security PluginIthemes security preview
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    Every popular service or product constantly gets threatened by evil minds. No matter which measure you take, you can't achieve 100% security on the internet. But with the right tools and some common sense, we can try 99.99%, can't we?Read More…
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    Seven Plugins to Help Your Mobile UsersWordpress
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    As web designers and developers, we've been living in the mobile era for a few years now. In this tutorial, we're going to review seven plugins that help to make your website look good and perform well for mobile visitors.Read More…
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    A Guide to WordPress 4.0Wordpress 4 logo
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    WordPress 4.0 is here! While it's a major release, some will argue that there aren't any groundbreaking changes like when WordPress 3.0 was released. In this article, we're going to see what's new in version 4.0 and the reactions among the WordPress community.Read More…
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    Using the TGM Plugin Activation Library in Your ThemesTgm plugin activation
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    Themes aren't meant to be functional, but as theme developers, we mostly need to include some features to make our theme a bit better and a function, you know, functional. In this tutorial, we're going to have a glance at the term "plugin territory" and learn to use a fantastic tool written by Thomas Griffin: the TGM Plugin Activation library.Read More…
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    Loading CSS Into WordPress the Right WayCodetuts css preview
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    Without CSS, you have very limited choices to style your web pages. And without proper CSS inclusion inside WordPress, you can make it extremely hard for your theme's users to customize the theme's styling. In this tutorial, we're going to have a look at the right way to enqueue CSS into WordPress.Read More…