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Professional WordPress - Design and Development, third edition will be targeted for the latest version of this content management system, 4.0 expected to be released by the publication date. Some basic and older content has been consolidated and restructured. WordPress continues to boom as an open source web development platform prompting a new chapter on migrating websites to WordPress. A new chapter on WordPress as an Application Framework delves in to cutting edge uses of WordPress including several real world projects from our own experiences. All content will be brought up to date with current best practices and introducing new tools in WordPress development. This revised edition will provide developers all they need to understand, develop and deploy successful WordPress sites.
Working with Wordpress locally
Tour of the core
Custom post types, custom taxonomies and meta data
Migrating to Wordpress
Crafting a user experience
Wordpress in the real world
Wordpress developer community
About the Author
Brad Williams is the CEO of WebDevStudioswhich specializes in website development. Brad speaks at WordCamp events, is a co-host of the SitePoint Podcast and Advisor on SitePoint Forums and an original co-host on the WordPress Weekly Podcast. Brad is the co-author of Wiley's Professional WordPress Plugin Development.
David Damstra is the Manager of Web Services for CU*Answers where he supervises a team of developers in creating and maintaining more than 120 websites and web applications using WordPress.
Hal Stern is an IT executive with a major healthcare company. In previous technical leadership roles at Juniper Networks and Sun Microsystems, he became interested in WordPress through his sports blog and became dedicated to providing content for the WordPress advanced user community. Hal is the co-author of Wiley's Blueprints for High Availability.