There are a few good news and WordPress articles that were published today. The first and most important is the result of the WordPress plugin competition:
The winner of the Grand Prize of the WordPress Plugin Competition 2009 is:
Section Widget by Godfrey Chan!
Elegant Themes also updated a part of its themes, with a new options panel, giving the occasion to 2 lucky Wprecipes readers to win club memberships:
The now well known Elegant themes releases a new option panel for a part of its themes: ePanel (that’s its name) has been integrated into the following themes: eNews, Bold, ePhoto, eBusiness, CherryTruffle and PureType. The panel itself is probably the most advances theme options panel I have seen for a WordPress theme: the design, the SEO options, the ad settings, … You can do everything from that panel!
Nick of ElegantThemes.com just released a killer option page for all his themes. To celebrate this great achievement, Nick decided to offer an ElegantThemes subscription to two of WPrecipes readers.
Two great tutorials were also published today:
How to make sure that the content presented, which is output in a loop, does not show up again in a second loop.
When you are building a theme, and the circumstance comes up where you need to create a link to a specific page hard-baked right into the theme, there is a function you should be using.
And I wanted to present you with a new WordPress cache plugin:
After Wp Super Cache, another great cache plugin:
W3 Total Cache improves the user experience of your blog by caching every aspect of your site, reducing the download time of your theme and providing transparent content delivery network (CDN) integration.