David Bisset did a vey nice review of Professional WordPress Design and Development, a book about WordPress written by Brad Williams, David Damstra, and Hal Stern. I have my copy sitting next to me, and have made it through a few chapters over the last week or so. I concur with what David has said so far : )
Here are a few things I think about when I work on WordPress themes that other developers may encounter down the road. It’s good to work in a way that helps those who come after you know what you’ve done, especially when you have to do something that’s not particularly ideal.
Brian Coords has been working on WP-Notify which is described on its GitHub repo as: A feature plugin for WordPress, which aims to create a new (better) way to manage and deliver notifications to the relevant audience.
A reminder from Anne McCarthy about the importance of your help testing Gutenberg 14.1 in advance of the WordPress 6.1 release: If you have the current Gutenberg (plugin) release installed, you can use block template parts without adopting everything that comes with block templates. For example, you can allow a user to edit and build…
I’ve been collecting rtCamp news for a while — they have a great monthly newsletter — and here are some of the highlights worth sharing broadly.
A lot of tutorials just jump in and miss the fundamentals. I believe that without the fundamentals, you might as well not even start. Think of this post as an upfront investment – a down payment if you will. Getting my development environment setup correctly from the start has literally saved me weeks worth of…
Jetpack and WordPress.com can publish to Telegram. The ultimate gitignore for WordPress projects.