Jason Coleman describes just why the new WordPress Heartbeat API is beneficial, and gives a sample implementation to help get you started.
This short guide, aimed at beginner/intermediate developers, introduces WordPress filters, explains their basic use, and provides some examples on the topic of cheese sticks.
I remember reading this before I started Post Status. It needs to be noted here just how useful this post on classing up your queries is. Brad gives examples for making it easier to extend WP_Query in your projects.
Using this snippet, you can make Gravity Forms fields read only, or greyed out, by simply applying a CSS class to the field, thus disabling user edits to the field: useful for displaying information.
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.
Tom McFarlin weighs in on the topic of WordPress as a tool for application development in his latest post on WP Daily.
The word nonce indicates a number used only once, but in WordPress nonces can be used multiple times within 24 hours, although they are unique to the user, action, and ideally an object. Usually, that’s all that’s necessary, but to generate a nonce that really is used only once, Stephen Harris details a method to…