If you’ve wanted to know how to add the jQuery datepicker to your site, here it is.
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.
Sven Hofmann has a great guide to the new dashboard icons that are present in the experimental MP6 interface, and how to implement them for custom admin menus in your plugin.
As a hosting company, I beg and plead with you, the developer of sites, to do some basic sanity checks, before you upload your code, for the world to experience. Your clients will thank you. So will our monitoring systems.
A great post from Zack Tollman at The Theme Foundry on why defaulting to what most consider best practices can sometimes be detrimental to performance. Using a CDN (content delivery network) for the new site was a forgone conclusion, as we assumed it would help us speed things up. But, after testing with a few…
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.
The journey to GiveWP 3.0 is well underway — an open, iterative development process that fully embraces WordPress’s Gutenberg block editor. Give cofounder Matt Cromwell and development director Jason Adams share what they’ve learned so far.