Mike Toppa gives us a guide for using dependency injection to organize code in our plugins.
Curtis McHale defends that including solid and comprehensive documentation with your projects is probably a task you can no longer ignore, if you want to stand out as a more complete WordPress developer.
Dave Whitley outlines a proposal to standardize a type scale for WordPress: “By including other attributes like font weight and line height, we can create a reusable set of predefined styles for design and development.”
Sami Keijonen shares his experience as a first time contributor to the WordPress default theme building process. He primarily worked within the realm of SVG icons for the Twenty Seventeen theme.
WordPress provides a nice little function for displaying the title of the current post: the_title(). This function gets used all over the place: in the site header, at the top of single posts and pages, in the loop, in the footer, etc. But sometimes people use it inappropriately Here, I introduct you to the_title_attribute() and show…
A pretty simple solution for being able to load the Typekit script, in the WordPress admin, for use in editor-style.css.