Especially in Germany we have the tradition of an Adventskalender (Advent Calendar). An Adventskalender is a special calendar which is used to count down the days from December the 1st to Christmas Eve December 24th.
Such an Adventskalender has 24 doors (or little pouchs, like on the picture below), that will become unlocked every day during Advent. Each door opens to reveal a poem, part of a story such as the Nativity story itself, or an image. Since the last decades Adventskalender have a small gift concealed in each door, such as a toy or a chocolate item.
At MarketPress, we thought we should do the same and open a door every day, which contains a little gift for you, our readers, by providing a WordPress tip or trick, code snippet, or news. We hope you will be excited to see what tip, hack or news will be behind the door the next morning. Enjoy a new little WordPress gift every day until December 24th. And we decided to call it with the German word Adventskalender, instead of Advent Calendar, to teach you a little German.
Wondering from where all these gifts will come from? They got collected by the whole Inpsyde-Team and are written with ♥ for you.
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