Since I’ve been playing around with user management a lot lately, I thought I’d share a simple technique I picked up.This technique will allow you to easily add new user profile fields that your blog’s users can use to input more information about themselves.David Bowers, Silver, Silver Coins, silver Morgan dollars, US Coins, USA Coins (Newport Beach, California) — The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) is offering a special label for 2018-W Proof American Silver Eagle coins submitted at the Florida United Numismatists (FUN) Show being held at the Tampa Convention Center, January 4-7, 2018. The obverse of the label features a beautiful sunset cityscape showing the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, Florida.
Surely we can do some cooler stuff than just displaying a link to Twitter?
The Royal Mint of Australia have released three new coins that highlight Australia’s unique past in which many convicts were transported to the continent from Great Britain as part of their penal sentences.
Designed to celebrate the arrival of a newborn, the 2018 United States Mint Birth Set (product code 18RD) features teddy-bear themed packaging with gender neutral colors.
The set includes the following five Proof-finish coins from the San Francisco Mint: The New York International Numismatic Convention (NYINC) is one of the most prestigious shows focused on ancient and world numismatics.
Organized in 2018 from January 12 to 14 at the Grand Hyatt in Manhattan, it has moved down the street from its long-time home at the Waldorf Astoria.
In conjunction with the show, a large number of auctions take place before, during, and after the actual show, offering a plethora of numismatic items.
The coins also mark the 230th anniversary of the First Fleet’s arrival in 1788 and the 150th anniversary of the voyage of the Hougoumont,…
Full article at the source Washington — The United States Mint will open sales for the 2018 versions of its popular special occasion sets starting on January 11, 2018, at noon Eastern Time (ET).
Management of these fields will be coming in a later version of my user management plugin, but some of you may want to do this now.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to add an input box for a Twitter username and how to display it on your site, which will look a little something like this: If you’re using a child theme, your theme author can probably tell you a more appropriate action hook to add this function to so you don’t mess up your theme’s template files.
This is just another one of those powerful features of Word Press that I don’t see used much.