Parent to child post relationships
Justin Tadlock has another nice tutorial out where he guides you in the relatively simple function that adds a metabox to a post screen to be able to assign a post parent from another post type. This is highly useful in a number of scenarios, and one where a lot of us are probably improperly…
The Woo Snippet: This Week in WooCommerce (March 14)
Newfold acquires YITH. The latest WooCommerce release notes. Inside Woo Support. $1.7 Trillion spent by US shoppers online during the pandemic.
Using Singleton Classes for WordPress Plugins
Using the singleton pattern to disallow multiple instantiation of your class based plugin
An introduction to setting up SSH keys for server management
Utilizing SSH keys in conjunction with the servers you connect to is a great and highly recommended security practice. SSH stands for “Secure Shell” and enabling SSH for a server creates a secure channel between you (via the command line) and your server. SSH keys help the server validate and authenticate who you are. SSH…
Rewrite rules made easy
Getting rewrite rules and Regex right is an often painful task in WordPress. Conflict solving, commenting the expressions, et cetera is something most people want to avoid. To be honest, every modern PHP or JS framework nowadays has a very simple approach on this topic. Finally we got something like that for WordPress as well:…
Different ways of instantiating WordPress plugins
Many different ways exist to structure WordPress plugins. You can use singletons, global references to your plugin class instance, static classes, namespaces and so forth. In this article, many different ways are outlined in the context of extensibility.