Sarah Neuber
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    Using the Settings API - Part 2: Create A Top Level Admin MenuPreview
    h1, h2, h3 {text-transform: capitalize;} This is Part Two of "Create Theme Settings Pages that use the Settings API" tutorial. In this part, we will be looking into how we can create a top level admin menu with more than one settings pages as well as how we can add tabs when we need them. If you have not yet had the chance to read Part One, you may want to do that first before you continue. This tutorial builds on the code shown in the first part of this tutorial.Read More…
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    Using The Settings API: Part 1 - Create A Theme Options PagePreview
    If you create your own themes you will, sooner or later, want to allow your theme users have some control over certain appearance and/or functional elements of your theme. When this time comes you will want to use the powerful WordPress Settings API. With it, your code becomes simpler, more efficient and more secure. Read More…