EXIF data is really powerful. Use it to enhance your photostreams.
Learn how to deploy a Next.js app on Github Pages with Github Actions.
As I continue to explore Docker, this post will serve as my notes. I assume assume you already have the following technologies on your computer or know how to install them: Installation Clone WordPress: $ git clone [email protected]:WordPress/wordpress-develop.git Install dependencies: $ cd wordpress-develop && npm i Start Docker containers: $ npm run env:start Install WordPress:Continue reading “Setup a Local WordPress Development Environment on Docker”
Today I was tasked with adding functionality to an existing custom post type. The problem was, the CPT was being registered in a plugin that I could not edit. After some digging, I found there’s a filter for that (found in post.php) that allows you to modify a custom post type after it’s been registered some otherContinue reading “Modify a Custom Post Type after it’s been registered”
This client wanted to feature their archive titles in a large hero area. The PSD excluded the prefixes like, “Category:”, “Tag:”, “Author:”, etc…
I rode the struggle bus pretty hard on this one today. I needed to ignore the “featured” category in a loop, and to do so, WP_Query() requires the category ID. Luckily, I found a handy function: get_term_by();
Did anyone actually ask around before making this “feature” mandatory? Let’s get rid of this…
Because of the recent increase in attacks on WordPress, we were recently chatting about locking down /wp-admin and wp-login.php. We discussed the Limit Login Attempts plugin, which works really well. If a user fails to log in after a certain amount of attempts, they are blacklisted for a period of time.
As Sass and Grunt become more and more popular, the demand for such tools while customizing themes increases. This is true with the Genesis Theme as well.
When using Google Fonts with WordPress, you should NOT use @import, nor just place the HTML in the header. Instead use a function and enqueue them.
Creating a custom RSS feed is pretty easy. I’ll show you have to do it in three steps. Here’s a pro-tip: browsers heavily cache RSS feeds. While developing, try using Incognito Mode.
Some of you are like me: “frequent theme changer guy”. Here’s a trick I’ve learned to keep from having to re-write code every time I get bored with a theme: I use the “Must Use” Plugin.
How i18n (internationalization) works in WordPress By wrapping some text in a nifty PHP function, we allow that text to be translated into another language. Or Or All three of those examples will be translated. All three of them do the exact same thing. Check out the WordPress Codex, read this post from Otto, and checkContinue reading “i18n vs L10n”
After I dumped my database and blew up my site, I wanted to resurrect my most popular content. I needed to set up 301 redirects so both users and Google could find my (old) content in its (new) location.
Here is my collection of code snippets I use build child themes in Genesis.