Using the JsonSerializable Interface, adding WordPress class serialization is really easy.
This is is a comparison post but I think it’s good to see how the same code can be written in different ways.
The following is a guest post by Chris Van Patten, founder of Tomodomo, a digital agency for magazine publishers. For years, WordPress has been ever-so-slightly behind the times on PHP version support…to put it kindly. However, WordPress’ legendary support for PHP versions back to 5.2 — versions long unsupported by (more…)
I want to talk about a way of organizing WordPress settings screens from both the logic and the virtual organizational structures.
The main thing I want to share in this post is an effective way to easily truncate text using PHP to render on the front-end.
Forminator is an undercover superhero. On the surface, Forminator appears to be an unassuming form plugin, but if you take the time to look through the Forminator API, you’ll see that beneath those hipster glasses and vest, there is a beast waiti…
The fourth annual php[world] conference is just two weeks away. The event is dedicated to uniting the PHP community and will be held November 14-15, 2018, in Washington, D.C. This year the organizing team created a “Content Advisory Board” to ensure the event included sessions that will appeal to everyone. (more…)
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WordPress’ simple theme development is partly responsible for its success. A developer with front-end and PHP k…
The plans for WordPress 4.9.9 are currently in limbo after today’s core developers’ chat. Here’s what we know right now: Discussions are underway regarding making it a quick PHP 7.3 compatibility release or cancelling it in favor of moving ahead with the 5.0 release cycle. “Progress and communication on 4.9.9 (more…)