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.
Once you understand how to use classes you’ll find no reason to use global functions for filter and action hooks ever again
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…
I’ve been collecting rtCamp news for a while — they have a great monthly newsletter — and here are some of the highlights worth sharing broadly.
I love posts like this. I’ve never given Lazy loading of images much thought. Devin Price has explained what lazy loading actually does, how it’s best handled in WordPress, and gives his recommendation on how to best use this sort of functionality. This is exactly how a short form tutorial should be.
iA is developing a Markdown-based, radically simplified presentation app (called Presenter) that helps you tell stories effectively. Zed is the spiritual successor to Atom — and focused on fast, collaborative editing. You can get it at GitHub.
Jon Quach, a designer at Automattic, has written a proposal for creating new WordPress Style Guide resources. Jon suggests, “It might be helpful to improve the guide by building resources in a new open documentation site, one with features like instant copy/paste and code snippets where applicable.” ✂️