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Why you should create a theme for the WordPress theme directoryRead This Post: Why you should create a theme for the WordPress theme directory
If you have a goal of getting better at web development, there’s no better way to accomplish that by creating a WordPress theme for the directory.
A simple guide to adding a WP REST API controllerRead This Post: A simple guide to adding a WP REST API controller
The WP REST API is still a hot item in WordPress core. And this tutorial will show you how easy it is to make your own REST API endpoint for your plugin and custom data.
Why you should be commenting your code, even if you’re the only contributorRead This Post: Why you should be commenting your code, even if you’re the only contributor
Comments in code can be a lifesaver. But if you’re working on a solo project, you might feel the pull to not comment your code. You would be wrong.
What I learned in a year with Sports BenchRead This Post: What I learned in a year with Sports Bench
It’s been about a year since I released Sports Bench, a plugin/theme package that keeps track of sports stats for your league. So what have I learned in the last year with it?
Theme checklist before submitting to the WordPress theme directoryRead This Post: Theme checklist before submitting to the WordPress theme directory
If you have a theme that you’re wanting to submit to the WordPress theme directory, make sure to run through this list to make the review process quicker.
Why you should be packaging a functionality plugin with your premium themeRead This Post: Why you should be packaging a functionality plugin with your premium theme
If you’re going to be selling a WordPress theme with cool features, please make sure to move those features into a functionality plugin to go with the theme. Your customers will appreciate you even more.
What a custom functionality plugin is and why you should use oneRead This Post: What a custom functionality plugin is and why you should use one
A lot of tutorials have you put custom code in the functions.php file. But if it affects WordPress itself in anyway, that code should really go in a functionality plugin.
Why you shouldn’t use the WordPress code editorRead This Post: Why you shouldn’t use the WordPress code editor
WordPress 4.9 gave a number of cool enhancements to the code editor for themes and plugins in the admin. But that doesn’t mean you should edit any PHP in the editor.
Why you should create and use a child themeRead This Post: Why you should create and use a child theme
Child themes are an important part of the WordPress ecosystem, but a lot of users don’t use one, which is extremely frustrating. So here’s why you should be using a child theme today.