I had the hardest time figuring out how to return the saved name for a given menu. After spending way too much time in Google, I stumbled across this simple function that does the trick.
Let’s do some logging! The wc_get_logger function opens a new world of possibilities for you in WooCommerce.
This is a great flash talk by Andrew Nacin, where he discusses the decision making process for evolving WordPress while maintaining backward compatibility. Included are some explanations of the struggles with terms, term meta, and more. This was part of an event at The New York Times, where Scott Taylor also did an interesting talk.
If Pippin reminds us to not dequeue the WordPress version of jQuery in plugins and themes enough, maybe people will eventually listen. This goes for custom client sites too, in my opinion. For the minimal savings, it’s just too much trouble. Just use the WordPress bundled version.
Multidots was ranked #560 on the 2022 Inc. 5000 Annual List this year. Noted at the end of the listing is a massive figure — they posted 1,122% growth over three years as a WordPress VIP Gold partner. They’ve also been building the future of collaborative editing in WordPress for a while, so in a…