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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 04/2010





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Explore the power and possibilities of WordPress from the inside out

As the most popular self–hosted blogging software in use today, WordPress is remarkably simple to operate and can be extended and tailored for a wide variety of applications. This guide focuses on the internal structure and flow of the core code, as well as the data model on which that code operates, so that you can harness the power of WordPress to meet your specific needs. The author team pulls together developer and deployer expertise, as well as knowledge of popular open source plugins, themes, and tools for WordPress, to provide an in–depth guide suitable for all WordPress users, from self–hosted bloggers to enterprise content management system applications.

Professional WordPress:

  • Offers an overview of the WordPress system and describes what happens when a WordPress–generated web page is displayed

  • Discusses the core of WordPress, describing internal code flow and data structures

  • Demonstrates extending WordPress through plugins and customizing it via themes

  • Combines a developer view of user experience and optimization with the deployer requirements for performance, security, and measurement

  • Provides practical examples of integrating WordPress with enterprise and social networking tools

Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real–world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issues technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.

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Sommario

INTRODUCTION xxv

CHAPTER 1: FIRST POST 1

What Is WordPress? 1

Content and Conversation 5

Getting Started 7

Finishing Up 16

CHAPTER 2: FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW 19

The Dashboard 19

Creating and Managing Content 22

Categorizing Your Content 26

Working with Media 28

Comments and Discussion 31

Working with Users 33

Extending WordPress 35

Content Tools 39

Configuring WordPress 41

CHAPTER 3: CODE OVERVIEW 49

Downloading 49

Exploring the Code 50

Configuring Key Files 51

WP–Content User Playground 61

CHAPTER 4: TOUR OF THE CORE 65

What s in the Core? 65

Using the Core as a Reference 66

WordPress Codex and Resources 72

Don t Hack Core! 76

CHAPTER 5: THE LOOP 79

Understanding the Loop 80

Putting the Loop in Context 81

Flow of the Loop 81

Template Tags 84

Customizing the Loop 86

Global Variables 95

Working Outside the Loop 98

CHAPTER 6: DATA MANAGEMENT 103

Database Schema 103

Table Details 105

Direct Database Manipulation 111

WordPress Taxonomy 114

Building Your Own Taxonomies 116

CHAPTER 7: PLUGIN DEVELOPMENT 121

Plugin Packaging 121

Know Your Hooks: Actions and Filters 127

Plugin Settings 132

WordPress Integration 143

Plugin Security 157

Creating a Plugin Example 160

Publish to the Plugin Directory 175

CHAPTER 8: THEME DEVELOPMENT 183

Why Use a Theme? 183

Installing a Theme 184

What Is a Theme? 185

Creating Your Own Theme 187

Creating Your Own Theme: Getting Started 189

Creating Your Own Theme: DRY 193

Creating Your Own Theme: Content Display 197

Creating Your Own Theme: Additional Files 208

Custom Page Templates 216

Theme Hierarchy and Child Themes 219

Premium Themes and Other Theme Frameworks 224

CHAPTER 9: CONTENT AGGREGATION 229

What is a Lifestream? 229

Getting Noticed 230

Social Media Buttons 231

Simple Social Networking Badges 232

Collecting External Content 233

Pushing Content from WordPress to Other Sites 240

Advertising 242

Privacy and History 247

CHAPTER 10: CRAFTING A USER EXPERIENCE 249

User Experience Principles 249

Usability and Usability Testing 256

Structuring Your Information 257

Getting Your Site Found 259

How Web Standards Get Your Data Discovered 264

Searching Your Own Site 269

Mobile Access 271

CHAPTER 11: STATISTICS, SCALABILITY, SECURITY, AND SPAM 273

Statistics Counters 273

Cache Management 278

Load Balancing Your WordPress Site 284

Dealing With Spam 286

Securing Your WordPress Site 288

Using WordPress Roles 294

CHAPTER 12: WORDPRESS AS A CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 299

Defining Content Management 299

Workflow and Delegation 301

Content Organization 303

Interactivity Features 312

Other Content Management Systems 313

CHAPTER 13: WORDPRESS IN THE ENTERPRISE 317

Is WordPress Right for Your Enterprise? 317

When WordPress Isn t Right for You 319

Scalability 319

Integration with Enterprise Identity Management 324

Content Integration via Feeds 326

CHAPTER 14: MIGRATING TO WORDPRESS 329

Planning a Migration 330

Content Identification 332

Media Migration 344

Moving Metadata 345

Moving Authors and Users 345

Theme and Presentation 346

Unique Functionality 346

Cleaning Up 346

Launching 349

CHAPTER 15: WORDPRESS DEVELOPER COMMUNITY 351

Contributing to WordPress 351

Sister Projects 357

Resources 358

INDEX 365





Autore

Hal Stern is a vice president at a technology company and uses WordPress to blog about his adventures in golf, ice hockey, and food.

David Damstra is the Manager of Web Services for CU*Answers, a credit union service organization, where he manages a team of developers to create web sites and web applications for the financial industry.

Brad Williams is the CEO and Co–Founder of WebDevStudios.com. He is also a co–host on the SitePoint Podcast and an advisor on SitePoint Forums.








Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9780470560549

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Wrox - Programmer to Programmer
Dimensioni: 235 x 21.21 x 189 mm Ø 696 gr
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 412






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