In the future, themes would probably not needed. That’s new!
There are multiple APIs available in WordPress for saving our information: WordPress Options and Theme Modifications. When and why should we use them?
Theme Modifications API for themes and Options API for plugins. But no need to be really strict, though.
Source: WordPress Options and Theme Modifications | Tom McFarlin
The WordPress Theme Customizer is one of the most innovative features that has been recently added to WordPress. Unfortunately, we’re abusing it.
Kind of agree. Not all Options should be dumped to Customizer.
Source: Options in the WordPress Theme Customizer | Tom McFarlin
In reviewing membership plugins this summer, one thing stood out – WordPress plugin developers don’t think about UX as much as they should.
Involves users as early as possible.
Source: The one thing many WordPress plugin developers seem to forget
A lot of people hiring high performers make the same mistake. Don’t do it.
A good team consists of different people and/with different roles.
Source: When you’re hiring high performers, don’t make this mistake
I’ve been working on a new theme that allows users to select certain pages in the customizer, and then display those pages out on a “showcase” template. I think this is pretty use…
type saves the day.
Source: Add a Page Select to the Customizer | WP Theming
Dennis shows us how we can use Sass to make theming form elements to match visuals.
Some cool ways to style form elements. It’s rather advanced, though.
Source: Theming Form Elements with Sass
Using Sass’ ability to use mixins and functions James makes using a defensive CSS trick easy.
Quantity Queries sounds fun. Wonder if someday can apply this.
Source: Using Sass for “Quantity Queries”