A lot of tutorials just jump in and miss the fundamentals. I believe that without the fundamentals, you might as well not even start. Think of this post as an upfront investment – a down payment if you will. Getting my development environment setup correctly from the start has literally saved me weeks worth of time over the last couple of years.
In this episode, Tiffany Bridge joins Cory Miller to talk about the latest innovations she and her team at Nexcess have created for beginner online store owners, simplifying WordPress for users, and the ongoing battles between centralization and decentralization.
This is an excellent guide. Hopefully more and more theme developers will ditch options panels for the customizer.
Mannie Schumpert has done a nice job offering some practical examples using map_meta_cap. Mannie also took all of the examples from Andrew Nacin’s excellent WCSF talk from last year. If you are dealing with roles and permissions, the things from this talk are really important to understand. As he notes, “instead of modifying your database…
The European Union’s members change and do not include all European countries. Some non-members pay the EU’s VAT. How does WooCommerce cope?
Paul shares some of the WordPress utility functions he’s collected and uses often.
Tom J Nowell published a great post today on theme composition vs frameworks. He points out a problem with theme frameworks: what you need or want to do doesn’t always fit the way the framework is laid out. The problem here is that what you want to build doesn’t always fit the foundations provided. You…