At WordCamp Nordic’s contributor day I had the opportunity to chat with Andrey “Rarst” Savchenko about WordPress’ Date/Time component, the code that manages date, time, and timezone functionality. Savchenko is one of the maintainers of this lesser-known component, which includes code that dates back to PHP 4 times. After volunteering (more…)Read More
Here in this article, we are showcasing the amazing WordPress slideshows plugins for you. Hope you like the collection. Easing Slider The plugin is an easy to use slider plugin. Simple and lightweight, is makes creating beautiful WordPress sliders a br…
“Vague, but exciting.” Thirty years ago yesterday, Sir Tim Berners-Lee submitted his original proposal for an information management system to his boss at CERN — what would later become the World Wide Web (and, it turns out, a huge influence on my life and career). To help celebrate, I tweeted WordPress’s contribution to the web’s […]
WordPress 5.1.1 was released yesterday evening with an important security update for a critical cross-site scripting vulnerability found in 5.1 and prior versions. The release post credited Simon Scannell of RIPS Technologies for discovering and reporting the vulnerability. Scannell published a post summarizing how an unauthenticated attacker could take over (more…)
Here, we finalize the updated version of the WordPress Widget Boilerplate by updating what users see on the front-end and by working with caching.
Today, the two most common image file formats are JPG and PNG. At first glance, a JPG may look exactly like that same image saved as a PNG file. Being able to choose either JPG for PNG when saving a file also makes it seem like the two are interchangeable, the same aside from the […]
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Every week, we provide you with new and free Divi layout packs which you can use for your next project. For one of the layout packs, we also share a use case that’ll help you take your website to the next level. This week, as part of our ongoing Divi design initiative, we’re going to […]
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I thought I’d share how I approach writing WordPress plugins using procedural programming versus object-oriented programming and how I go about organizing procedural code.
I don’t know about you but I love keeping my images, videos, audio files, and everything else organized in folders. You can already create folders on your server using a FTP client and store your files in them. These 4 WordPress folders plugins c…
Sliders have always been really popular in web design. One of their biggest advantages is the fact that visitors can swipe through them on mobile devices. Nowadays, swiping is the new clicking, so it goes without saying that including sliders can help improve the mobile user experience visitors have on your website. When building a […]
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