Weekly WordPress News 29.04.09

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This week on one of my projects i needed a good Social Bookmarks Plugin to use at the end of the post. All the plugins i’ve used weren’t good enough. I needed it to be hidden and when i click on the word share it will appear, i need to display the plugin with a tag in the code and not automaticlly, and it has to include an email option, i’ve tried Sociable, Social Bookmarks and share it. all of them, great plugins but not answering all my demands. do you know any plugin has all the things i need? please comment here.

and now for the news:

some weekly plugins from weblogtoolscollection – http://weblogtoolscollection.com/archives/2009/04/27/wordpress-plugin-releases-for-0427/

Participate in the WordPress.org next version (wordpress 2.8) design here – Over 1600 votes so far on the design challenge. Have your say on the evolution of WordPress design: go vote! – http://wordpress.org/development/2009/04/design-tweaks-vote/

Ever wanted to develop your own plugin – A Crash-Course in WordPress Plugin DevelopmentDespite an extensive codex, many WordPress users remain unfamiliar with how to create their own custom plugins. In today’s screencast, we’ll start from scratch and build our first usable plugin. For this example, we’ll write a simple “tuts formatting” function that allows a blog editor to more easily format articles.

WordPress is a full featured Content Management System (CMS). It has incorporated a rich suite of capabilities that have proven to be extremely popular because it allows anyone to create vibrant, dynamic sites without any programming knowledge. Its large range of features, coupled with a clean and easy-to-understand interface make it a fan fave among website novices; 27% of all the websites in existence and 20% of all new ones use this amazing platform.

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