Joe Hoyle, of Human Made, has posted a nice tutorial on the WPRealm blog about rewrite rules. Be prepared for your brain to melt.
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?
Ever need 5 ‘featured’ posts but WP_Query only gives you 2? This tutorial will show you how you can fill in those missing posts.
In this WordPress Stack Exchange question and answer, Jeff Atwood – co-founder of Stack Overflow – asks an interesting question in relation to WordPress and WP Super Cache and Rarst provides the answer as to why.
In this article, popular WordPress consultant Bill Erickson provides a complete walkthrough of steps used to successfully migrate a WordPress site from one server to another.
The theme customizer feature was introduced in WordPress 3.4, released June 2012. Since then, it’s been a great tool that’s allowed theme developers to move away from complex options managers to a simpler, more logical interface where many settings can even be live previewed. Over the last couple of years, there have been a few…
How a function that doesn’t do anything can save your life. Well, not really, but close. _n_noop() can be very interesting, especially for APIs in larger plugins.