In the previous post, I talked about the reasons using PHP filtering functions is more useful rather than not. In short, doing so helps to provide a level of validation that’s built into the language so that we don’t have… Continue Reading →
I’ve talked about data sanitization in WordPress in previous posts. This is a topic that’s important not only for those of us working to build solutions for others in WordPress, but also for those who are writing code that will… Continue Reading →
Mental health and wellbeing in the WordPress community are topics that have been getting more attention lately, and deservedly so. The WP&UP initiative has been at the forefront of this effort. This is an introduction to their story.
After you’ve worked with WordPress for any extended amount of time, it’s likely that you’ve worked with post metadata in some capacity. Perhaps you’ve simply read metadata from the database, or maybe you’ve both written to and read from the… Continue Reading →
Getting instructors on your LearnDash website to create more courses and manage students is an efficient way to grow your training business. The multi-instructor plugin is easy to use, seamless and can transform LearnDash into a thriving teaching community.
There are several ways of monetization that generate recurring revenue, and the most common being subscriptions. Here’s how you can make use of this model and add a layer of personalization with custom boxes.
Over the past few years, I’ve spent a significant amount of time writing about a lot of things on how to achieve certain things in WordPress. And I don’t regret it (after all, it’s my career and it’s even the… Continue Reading →
Never one to back down from a challenge, the team at Castos embarked upon the redesign of their website earlier this year with Gutenberg in mind. Here’s a look at what they learned along the way.
A few months ago, I had the pleasure of writing the forward to Cal Evans book Using the WordPress REST API. Shortly thereafter, Cal asked if I’d join him on his podcast, Voices of the elePHPant, to talk a bit… Continue Reading →
Many developers choose to build plugins for WordPress because of its dominance. Wide availability of plugins means that your non-profit can quickly add new features to your site without expensive and lengthy custom programming.
In this article, we browse through some great projects taken on by the WPRiders team that focus on the idea of recurring revenue. We’ll show you some practical, inspiring models that will help you understand how you can actually take… Continue Reading →
Having your WordPress site hacked is not something you ever want to experience, but it happens more often that we’d like. There are ways to help prevent hacks, but if it happens to you, here are a few things you… Continue Reading →
Looking for a comprehensive WordPress design plugin to tackle all your coding needs without add-on costs? Oxygen is a full-site builder that gives you complete control over every aspect of your WordPress site design – in just one plugin. No… Continue Reading →