There are lots of ways to deploy WordPress and now Beanstalk has added their own take on deploying WordPress with Git and their deployment tools.
If you use Coda, here are a few good plugins that make WordPress development just a bit better.
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.
Accessibility is an important part of modern web development. It is our responsibility as creators of WordPress themes to make them accessible to all users, on any device. In this article, I’ll offer some simple tips to create better, more accessible WordPress themes.
Believe it or not, some WordPress developers code on Windows. This can cause problems with Varying Vagrant Vagrants (VVV) using VirtualBox if Hyper-V is also enabled. I’ve taken the time to implement a VVV setup on top of Hyper-V to reap the benefits of both local WordPress development and Windows’ native virutalization layer.
Getting rewrite rules and Regex right is an often painful task in WordPress. Conflict solving, commenting the expressions, et cetera is something most people want to avoid. To be honest, every modern PHP or JS framework nowadays has a very simple approach on this topic. Finally we got something like that for WordPress as well:…
Although the official WordPress source code still lives in a Subversion repository, you can contribute patches without having to touch svn