Turn WordPress Into a Ticketing System

Leland introduces us with a new WordPress theme, taking advantage of the custom post types introduced with WordPress 3.0, in order to turn your install into a fully functionning ticketing system.

I am personnally really curious to try this out. Combine it with a plugin like Subscribe2 to send out email for every ticket update, and you’ve got yet another original use of your favourite blogging software!

Quality Control Theme – Turn WordPress Into a Ticketing System | Theme Lab.

WordPress 3.0 Cheat Sheets

Creativeoverflow published a list of useful cheat sheets updated for WordPress 3.0.  These lists are really helpful during WordPress theme development.

4 Advanced WordPress 3.0 Cheat Sheets | Creativeoverflow.

For those using Coda as their developing software, you may also want to have a look at this WordPress Coda clips, proposed by WPCandy a while ago.

Today in WordPress world – 08/07

  • If you haven’t been following the latest hot debate in the WordPress community, you’re in for some news. If you have been following it, you’re probably in a fiery rage, given up all hope in the “community” aspect of this community project, or are just sitting back laughing at the rest of us.

Today in WordPress world – 06/07

  • It’s been just over six months since the last major release of the Hybrid theme. Sure, we had a minor release in between, but we haven’t had any significant feature updates in a long while. A large part of this was because the 0.7 branch was extremely stable.

Today in WordPress world – 25/06

  • Users of WordPressMU have long been aware of a folder within wp-content called mu-plugins. Obvious conclusions were drawn because of the name and where it was, but this actually stands for “must-use” plugins. Why? Because any code (plugin) placed in the folder is run automagically, as if it were part of WordPress itself.

Today in WordPress world – 23/06