Topic: WordPress Development
Tips, tricks, and tidbits of working with WordPress. Writing functions that work to extend the WP core and extend the user experience. Developing for needs vs. wants. Using WordPress as a CMS. Extending WordPress beyond. (11 Articles)
When I first started using the mu-plugins directory on my WordPress projects I mainly used it to house my must-use plugins that the site required in order to function properly. I did this mainly to ensure my clients wouldn't accidentally deactivate or (worse) delete a plugin and inadvertently break their…
How to avoid manually encoding code in WordPress posts.
In this article, we’ll discuss some recommended useful functions to include in your WordPress “functions.php” file.
In this article we’ll discuss an easy way to add a custom, dynamic ID to the body element on your WordPress Posts and Pages
In this article we'll discuss a short script to add custom classes to the body element of your WordPress page template.
On a recent project for a client I needed a way to have a WordPress Page contain both static content editable by the client and dynamic content added/updated every time they made a new Post. Additionally the dynamic content had to be paginated. Ultimately the goal was to a have…