Drew Jaynes hast started a new website called Filters of the Day with the goal of documenting 3 filters a day for the next 365 days. I'm sure this will be a great opportunity for us to learn more about the various filters available to us in WordPress.
Recurring content is present in just about all WordPress themes, and handling it properly is important to keep themes lean, extensible and scalable. So what’s the right approach for handling recurring content in different situations?
Jason Coleman describes just why the new WordPress Heartbeat API is beneficial, and gives a sample implementation to help get you started.
Gabriel Koen describes ten reasons why he believes WordPress is a better starting point for projects than many advanced PHP developers would think. Some of the points are even known pain-points in WordPress, but as he notes, “even a half-assed solution pre-built beats building your own half-assed solution that you’ll never get around to finishing.”
It shouldn’t be this complicated… Nice end result though, by using “a potent combination of MDX and MJML.” Josh Comeau explains his workflow from Markdown to static site publishing and an email newsletter. It’s a complex arrangement, but doing it with WordPress is not easy or simple either. Josh writes: Being able to write newsletter…
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