[wp-hackers] Learning WordPress and Getting Support (Bryan Gentry)
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Sat Dec 15 22:56:37 UTC 2012
I have that book, along with about 15 others if I am perfectly honest,
and read through most of them but some have out of date information in
them I have since found but no worries.
I have written a plugin and would like to write more of them, have also
coded a theme too but for my own personal use, my design skills are
The post I have since made on stackexchange is here.
On 15/12/2012 14:24, Bryan Gentry wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> The absolute best way to learn WordPress is to spend time with the
> resources that have been mentioned here. It sounds like you have done some
> of that, but still haven't found the particular answer you are looking for
> regarding the URLs generated by the Flikr plugin.
> I came to WordPress about two years ago after not programming for probably
> 10 to 12 years. I learned PHP through the process of learning WordPress. I
> started by reading a basic tutorial about how to build a theme. Then I
> started reading about more advanced topics such as custom meta boxes,
> custom post types, plugins, etc. I spent a lot of time with tutorials,
> poring over functions in the codex (whether I needed them at that moment or
> not) and just trial and error. I think that is the best way to learn
> besides taking a class or reading a book such as Digging Into Wordpress
> (which my brother-in-law is reading and enjoying).
> Of course, your need is pretty specific. Could you share links to the
> StackExchange questions you have posted? Also, I saw one of your previous
> questions on this list in which you said you followed a tutorial but
> weren't getting the results you expected. It would be helpful if you would
> show the code you used (perhaps in a StackExchange question) so others on
> the list could look over it.
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