Let's explore the hook removal problem for plugins using a PHP class as a code wrapper
Here are two useful posts from Brent Roose about PHP topics. The first article covers the upcoming enhancements in PHP 7.4, and the second article reflects on how far PHP and PHP frameworks have come: PHP isn’t just WordPress anymore… WordPress isn’t in any way representative of the contemporary ecosystem.
Today Cristi Burcă (perhaps better known as scribu) announced on the WP-CLI blog that Daniel Bachhuber will now be the maintainer of the WP-CLI project. As Cristi notes, he’s no longer using WordPress, so it makes perfect sense to hand off the project to someone using it on a daily basis. Unlike me, Daniel is using WordPress and…
When moving your WordPress website, the site’s URL can be saved in the database in many places. Find the easy way to change all of the URLs using a PHP script to search and replace the database for your development or staging URL and replacing it with your new URL.
I wonder how much WordPress is an outlier in even the PHP universe for tolerating the idea that it’s “punishment” and “unfair” to be held to a standard with mandatory testing for code that’s admitted to the WordPress.org repo for use on potentially 40% of the web. That’s how a number of developers responded to…
In development since November, WooCommerce 3.9 is out with 600 commits from 18 contributors. This is a minor release, but it ships with WooCommerce Blocks 2.5.11, MaxMind Geolocation Integration, and it raises the minimum WordPress and PHP version requirements to 5.0 and 7.0, respectively. 🛒
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