Understanding and Working with Relationships Between Data in WordPress – Tuts+ Code Tutorial

In the first part of this series on data in WordPress, I gave an overview of the WordPress database tables, and which tables are used to store what kind of data. In this second part, I’ll outline how WordPress manages the relationships between that data.

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The Burrito Bracket’s First Round Comes to a Close With a Major Upset

This is review No. 16 of 16 in the first round of our competition. Each review will compare four burritos, with my favorite advancing to Round 2. I’m rating the burritos on five attributes, each worth 20 points.

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Jetpack Rebrands with New Logo, Adds Custom Post Types in 3.1 Release

Jetpack is sporting a new logo in the 3.1 release announced today as part of a re-branding inspired by its growth. “Jetpack is ever-evolving and is a major part of Automattic and WordPress. It’s grown a lot since its introduction in 2011, and its branding should grow too.

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Twitter / jcrasnick: Andrew Miller is being traded …

Andrew Miller is being traded to #orioles, says source.

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Climate Doesn’t Cooperate With Al Gore’s Group’s Visit to Denver EPA Hearings

DENVER – The Climate Reality Project brought its “I’m Too Hot” trucks and offers of free ice cream to this week’s Environmental Protection Agency hearings on power-plant emissions, but the climate wasn’t cooperating. The plan was to tout the EPA’s emissions proposal as a solution for hot weather brought on by global warming, but when the hearings began at 9 a.m.

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WordCamp San Francisco Is Not Just Another WordCamp

WordCamp San Francisco is one of the largest, annual events, dedicated to WordPress. But is it just another WordCamp, or something else? Eric Mann points out the confusing nature of the event and suggests using a different qualifier. From an outsider looking in, the only difference between a WordCamp in SF and a WordCamp in Portland is the location.

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