PantherBuddy Discount


Are you Roaring? Are you a PantherBuddy?

If yes, then you are entitled to the PantherBuddy Discount!

What is the PantherBuddy Discount?

The PantherBuddy Discount entitles you to a one time 10% discount on a job quote or AmberPanther commercial product.

How to get the PantherBuddy Discount…

Simply be an existing user of AmberPanther publicly available products, such as WordPress themes or plugins. In your request for a quote or commercial product state that you are a PantherBuddy and provide evidence, such as a link to your site that uses the AmberPanther product.

AmberPanther appreciates…

PantherBuddy Discount


Are you Roaring? Are you a PantherBuddy?

If yes, then you are entitled to the PantherBuddy Discount!

What is the PantherBuddy Discount?

The PantherBuddy Discount entitles you to a one time 10% discount on a job quote or AmberPanther commercial product.

How to get the PantherBuddy Discount…

Simply be an existing user of AmberPanther publicly available products, such as WordPress themes or plugins. In your request for a quote or commercial product state that you are a PantherBuddy and provide evidence, such as a link to your site that uses the AmberPanther product.

AmberPanther appreciates…

Matt said “Yatta!” – AmberPanther says “Loose the Skepticism and Embrace WordPress as your CMS Platform!”

Matt quoted Hiro Nakamura when WordPress won the 2009 Open Source CMS Award. If you know WordPress, you know Matt, but in case you are wondering who is Hiro Nakamura, well, he is that guy from the show Heroes, who likes to manipulate and bend space and time. Afterall, WordPress did bend the norm, and Matt rightfully said “Yatta!”

It was about time! Over the last couple of years we have witnessed increasing popularity and usage of WordPress. It all started as a blogging platform, but thanks to the wittiness of the developers, a diverse platform has been structured, developer friendly, SEO friendly and ultimately end-user friendly. Hence, its capabilities are only limited by one’s imagination!

We have tested other open source platforms as well, but our platform of choice is WordPress, unless the client specifically requests another one. The reasons? It is developer friendly. We love the hooks, they really get you hooked on WordPress. It is no pain to understand the core code. And we have an extensive library of functions that can be just hooked on WordPress, to transform a site in a snap. Hence, we have been from very early on advocating WordPress as a CMS platform.

And here comes the 2009 Open Source CMS Awards, and WordPress wins the Overall Best Open Source CMS Award. In the last four years, this is the first time that WordPress wins this prestigious title. At the same time, WordPress is named first runner-up in the Best Open Source PHP CMS Category ahead of Joomla, with Drupal leading this category. As Matt put it, this a “landmark.” Indeed Matt, and this paves the path to a promising and bright future. Congratulations! Read Matt’s blog entry, WordPress Wins CMS Award, at the WordPress official blog.

The AmberPanther team calls to all the skeptics, that were reluctant to use WordPress as CMS, to loose the skepticism and embrace WordPress as a CMS Platform! We do!

G-Pack

The G-Pack (short for Google Package) is a must apply for every WordPress powered site. It is a package with all the essential tools to increase your site’s searchability and rankings. It ultimately leads to an increasing amount of visits and a strengthened importance of your site in the World Wide Web.

The package includes the following services:

G-Pack:

  • Addition of the site to Google Webmaster Central™
  • Installing the necessary plugins to automatically create XML Sitemaps, with every new post
  • Submitting sitemap to Google
  • Creating and installing the optimal robots.txt file for the site to ensure the best crawling
  • Implementing Google Analytics™ for the site

Get the G-pack for only $69.00 (~50.00 Euros)!

Contact us to get it!

Are you a PantherBuddy? Then your eligible for a 10% discount!

Google, Google Webmaster Tools, and Google Analytics are trademarks of Google, Inc.

C-Pack Standard

Do you want your WordPress powered site that uses cleanRoar to stand out? Then dare to be different, and let the AmberPanther team take you to the next level. The cleanRoar Pack or C-Pack is a must have for every WordPress enthusiast who utilizes cleanRoar and wants his/her website to be different, to stand out!

The C-Pack Standard includes the following customizations:

C-Pack Standard:

  • Color scheme customization
  • Sidebar customization

Get the C-Pack Standard for only $99.00 (~72.00 Euros)!

Contact us to get it!

Also do not forget to check out the C-Pack Premium for more advanced features.

Are you a PantherBuddy? Then your eligible for a 10% discount!

C-Pack Premium

C-Pack Premium extends the C-Pack Standard package to provide more advanced features to your WordPress powered site utilizing cleanRoar.

The C-Pack Premium includes:

C-Pack Premium:

  • C-Pack Standard (color scheme and sidebar customization)
  • AJAX powered contact form
  • Breadcrumb navigation
  • Nice Pagination

Get the C-Pack Premium for only $149.00 (~110.00 Euros)!

Contact us to get it!

Are you a PantherBuddy? Then your eligible for a 10% discount!

Backup MySql Database using phpMyAdmin

This procedure explains how to backup MySql Database through phpMyAdmin.

1. Login in phpMyAdmin.
2. Select the Database you want to backup (click on it). If your version of phpMyAdmin is different from ours, there is a possibility that you have to click on Databases, in order to select the database you want ot backup. *
3. The tables of the databases will appear with some other stuff. Just go straight for the export tab.
4. Under Export, select all tables (if they are not already selected), or just select the tables you want to backup.
5. Choose the format of the file you want to export (right under the tables). SQL is the default and the recommended option for this.
6. On the Options – Structure, select Add DROP TABLE / VIEW / PROCEDURE / FUNCTION, Add AUTO_INCREMENT value and Enclose table and field names with backquotes (If you are familiar with SQL, select the options you want).
7. On the Options – Data, select Complete inserts and Extended inserts.
8. Look for the Save as file checkbox and click on it. You now have the compression options, None, zipped or gzipped. Choose whatever you prefer.
9. You now have an SQL file (compressed ot uncompressed), which is actually a script to create the structure of the database you have just backed up, together with all your data. (Very nice and easy)

* If you are not sure about your database name (in case you have multiple databases), check from your application (a config file), for the database name it is using.

Backup MySql Database using phpMyAdmin

This procedure explains how to backup MySql Database through phpMyAdmin.

1. Login in phpMyAdmin.
2. Select the Database you want to backup (click on it). If your version of phpMyAdmin is different from ours, there is a possibility that you have to click on Databases, in order to select the database you want ot backup. *
3. The tables of the databases will appear with some other stuff. Just go straight for the export tab.
4. Under Export, select all tables (if they are not already selected), or just select the tables you want to backup.
5. Choose the format of the file you want to export (right under the tables). SQL is the default and the recommended option for this.
6. On the Options – Structure, select Add DROP TABLE / VIEW / PROCEDURE / FUNCTION, Add AUTO_INCREMENT value and Enclose table and field names with backquotes (If you are familiar with SQL, select the options you want).
7. On the Options – Data, select Complete inserts and Extended inserts.
8. Look for the Save as file checkbox and click on it. You now have the compression options, None, zipped or gzipped. Choose whatever you prefer.
9. You now have an SQL file (compressed ot uncompressed), which is actually a script to create the structure of the database you have just backed up, together with all your data. (Very nice and easy)

* If you are not sure about your database name (in case you have multiple databases), check from your application (a config file), for the database name it is using.

WP Include File: a WordPress Plugin

WP Include FileWP Include File utilizes the WordPress Shortcode API to include the contents and output from PHP code located in an external file within the post content.

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Features

  • Advanced form security, nonce and whitelist registration of option variable to be written in the database
  • Options stored as one array in the database to minimize database cluster
  • Unregistration of option variable from whitelist on deactivation
  • On uninstall option array is removed from the database. No trail left behind
  • Functional and user-friendly options page
  • Help page build-in

Why do you need WP Include File?

WP Include File is needed because any PHP code you type within the tinyMCE will not be rendered when the post content is displayed. Hence instead of having to create templates for each specific task/post, you can just create localized specific files and just include them in the post content using WP Include File.

WP Include File Implementation in tinyMCE

Furthermore it becomes handy when applying specific styles to certain posts that are not required by the rest of the site. Just enclose the style definitions in the style tags, save it in a file and include it in the specific post using WP Include File. Hence you save on bandwidth and load times by not loading unecessary style definitions where they are not needed.

The WP Include File plugin comes with an intuitive and functional options that will have you up and running in no time.

WP Include File options page

If you want to learn more about the philosophy behind WP Include File you can read this article: Using the WordPress Shortcode API to include an external file in the post content

Invoking WP Include File using the Shortcode within the tinyMCE

WP Include File can be invoked using the Shortcode . The Shortcode accepts three attributes: file, path and masterpath. It will include the contents of the specified file at the location the Shortcode is placed within the post content.

Usage:

  1. [include file=”MyCustomFile.php”]
    This will include the contents of the file MyCustomFile.php located in the directory selected on the WP Include File Options page.
    For example:
    If you selected Site Root Directory on the Options page, the full path to the file to be included will be MyCustomFile.php
    If you selected Theme Root Directory on the Options page, the full path to the file to be included will be /MyCustomFile.php
  2. [include file=”MyCustomFile.php” path=”/MyDirectory/demos”]
    The path attribute will override any path extension specified on the WP Include File Options page. This will include the contents of the file MyCustomFile.php located in the directory /MyDirectory/demos relative to the Root directory selected on the WP Include File Options page.
    For example:
    If you selected Site Root Directory on the Options page, the full path to the file to be included will be MyDirectory/demos/MyCustomFile.php
    If you selected Theme Root Directory on the Options page, the full path to the file to be included will be /MyDirectory/demos/MyCustomFile.php
  3. [include file=”MyCustomFile.php” masterpath=”/home/SomeUser/SomeDirectory/SomeOtherDirectory/MyDirectory/demos”]
    The masterpath attribute will override all the selections on the WP Include File Options page. This will include the contents of the file MyCustomFile.php located in the directory /home/SomeUser/SomeDirectory/SomeOtherDirectory/MyDirectory/demos.
    For example:
    The full path to the file to be included will be /home/SomeUser/SomeDirectory/SomeOtherDirectory/MyDirectory/demos/MyCustomFile.php

FAQ

  1. I am using the path attribute and my file is not included.
    The first forward slash (/) should be included when declaring a path extension using the path attribute. For example path=”/MyIncludeDirectory/Content”

Version History

  • v. 1.9.10.14
    First public release.

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