An alternative to Timthumb that includes back compat for <3.5, and a separate function for WP 3.5+.
Tom McFarlin discusses various methods for instantiating WordPress plugins. There are some good comments as well.
Cristian Antohe has published a pretty nice walkthrough of various user registration plugin options with pros and cons for each. Personally, I use Gravity Forms User Registration module, but it’s nice to see what else is out there.
This post explores methods which can be used to pass arguments to callback functions without resorting to global variables. Additional input is welcome.
The journey to GiveWP 3.0 is well underway — an open, iterative development process that fully embraces WordPress’s Gutenberg block editor. Give cofounder Matt Cromwell and development director Jason Adams share what they’ve learned so far.
What if you want to show hidden information only to “administrators” or “shop managers?” What about displaying a custom “My Account” tab just for logged-in customers?
Scott Taylor works at the New York Times. He’s also a major core contributor to WordPress. In this post, he describes how the Blogs division of the New York Times rebuilt their setup to fit into the Times’ overall redesign and restructuring. It’s a fascinating read, and gives a great deal of insight into the…