The WordPress Support forums are a great source of information, but to not always dig deep. This is where WPQuestions comes in handy. A lot of the questions involve getting down and dirty in code – somethings involve stealthy PHP ninjas.
For those who just need a little coding help, but do not want to go all out and pay a lot of money to a freelancing site, this works great. Response time is great too. I actually asked a question recently and within minutes I had a response. I even had been personally helped by Oleg Butuzov (@butuzov) to work out a code I have been wanting to work with involving adding Adsense. All of the available tutorials had not been working correctly, so I turned to WPQuestions. Thanks Oleg for your help!
Here were a few questions that have been solved in the past:
- Latest Activity in a category
- How do I bulk import about 1,000 images?
Please note that if you do use the service to please set an adequate price. Some of the more difficult answers do take time. I have seen a few answers not give the amount that should have been given for an answer.
One of the great aspects is that if there are several people that answer a questions and they all add to the solution, then the person asking can split up the prize money and award it to all of the people who answered. However, please note, that even if you answered a question correctly after another person, does not necessarily mean you will be awarded the money. It really kind of works like freelance boards where you are competing.
So, if you are a person who loves coding, WordPress, and can answer those brain picking questions, perhaps you might be suited to become an expert too?