Trying a different approach to clean up. Total 22 posts.
One of the first things in PHP that really stumped me was the difference between code that created output and code that didn’t. I knew, vaguely, that thing
Good basic understanding of using output buffering in WordPress.
Jérémy reviews media controls in the new Theme Customizer and a class that extends WP_Customize_Media_Control to allow the control of cropped images.
Just realize the usefulness of
WP_Customize_Cropped_Image_Control. More about it can be found here.
Been a while since I wrote something. Let’s talk about some of the new stuff available in the Customizer. Forget about some of part two First, back in part two, I had a bit about Surfacing th…
Useful reference for
When working with the WordPress Theme Customizer, you may find yourself writing out inline styles into one of the templates for your theme.
Nice tips. But since using a framework, probably this tips already handled.
When working with the WordPress Theme Customizer, there’s likely an opportunity to refactor your code such that you can cut out some of the redundancies.
Looks useful but not tested yet. Wonder if it’s still needed for the new selective refresh feature.
In this article we walk you through the fundamentals of XML-RPC for WordPress, including the basics of XML-RPC and how WordPress exposes this protocol.
Some sample codes for using XML-RPC. Just for knowledge. More interested in WP REST API.
Source: XML-RPC for WordPress Developers
Maybe you built a premium WordPress plugin, or you want to keep your client’s code in sync. Let’s set up a GitHub repository to push updates to your plugin.
Nice technique. Probably useful in the future. Tried and tested.
While the WordPress core project still uses SVN for version control, it’s pretty safe to say that the vast majority of serious WordPress developers use Git on their own projects. That being the case, it’s somewhat of a surprise that there aren’t more git-based tools like WP Pusher that help developers integrate some of their …
This WP Pusher seems so powerful. Probably it’s better than FTPloy, Dploy.io or such a like services. Definitely need to try this!
Stephan Max shows how to build your own little Grunt plugin and publish it via the npm package manager.
This is a good tutorial. But since won’t create one in the near future, just skim it for now.