Nice example of filtering get_terms() to orderby the include parameter. It's also demonstrating with a WooCommerce example, which is handy.
Part 1 of 3 where we show you how to add custom meta fields to a WordPress taxonomy.
WooCommerce Payments offer an in-dashboard, single-account experience for WooCommerce store owners to manage all transactions.
Ryan McCue has written an insightful post about caching data in WordPress with the Transients API. Most interesting to me is how he describes expiration in transients as a “maximum age” versus a “guaranteed expiration”. He also makes a worthwhile point about how even when you store transients, it doesn’t mean they won’t be expired…
I missed this when it published in March, but Taylor Lovett does a nice job explaining why taxonomy queries tend to be faster than post meta queries in WordPress. So, next time you’re trying to decide whether to make some data a taxonomy or meta, perhaps at least consider this as a part of your…
There’s a new version of the WooCommerce Blocks plugin available now. Version 3.5.0 is mostly a bug fix release with some enhancements for payment methods. 🛒
Matt Cromwell compares a few different image optimization methods for WordPress sites, including EWWW Image Optimizer, manual optimization, and WPInject. Matt also mentions the WP Smush.it plugin, but interestingly, implies that it produces results similar to EWWW, only less effective. I would’ve liked to see it included as well, since it’s such a widely used plugin….