Alex Mansfield has published a very comprehensive overview of creating custom meta boxes in WordPress. It doesn't cover every type of field, but if you aren't using a class or other tool for building metaboxes, this will come in very handy. You may remember Alex's previous guide to the theme customizer, too.
Once you understand how to use classes you’ll find no reason to use global functions for filter and action hooks ever again
This tutorial goes through how to create a shortcode that allows you to create a notice for people who haven’t yet completed a specific Gravity Form on your site.
I’ve used local development environments for as long as I can remember. They’ve always been a fluid part of being a developer. The biggest pain point was keeping everything upgraded at all times and switching from one stack to another. In case you didn’t notice, I said ”was”. This is because in the Spring of…
Today we look at making a WordPress page appear to be the ancestor of a single custom post type by filtering the classes on wp_nav_menu.
When you buy a WordPress plugin, what are you actually buying? Is it software? Access to support and updates? Something in between?
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.