I don’t know if this is just me, but at the time of this writing I think that those who work with WordPress for a living – usually those described as being part of the “WordPress Community” – can be… Continue Reading →
In this guide, you’ll learn how to build a WordPress community website using BuddyPress as your base. Then, you’ll learn how to extend that base with new features like a BuddyPress chat plugin, gamification, and automation.
I’m very much a fan of GrumPHP which I’ve written extensively about in previously posts. Configuring Composer for WordPress, Part 1 Configuring Composer for WordPress, Part 2 And as my last past alluded, I’ve been adapting a piece of software… Continue Reading →
I love the speed at which PHP is moving these days and how fast the new versions are, too but that doesn’t mean the software on which we’re going is going to consistently be able to keep up with the… Continue Reading →
When working with multiple WordPress installations – that is, having to manage an array of directories for whatever it is you’re working on, it seems that it’s more often not common to suggest creating a new WordPress installation for each… Continue Reading →
This is not new information and this is not a new idea that you’re about to read. This isn’t a novel idea. This isn’t something that no one has ever discussed. This is the furthest thing from a new idea…. Continue Reading →
When I first started writing on this blog, It was on October 3, 2010. That’s wild to think about. I know that those who read usually fall into one of three categories: People who read regularly, for which I thank… Continue Reading →