I do development. I code most of the day, hammering strategically at my Stackable WordPress plugin. I probably stare at Visual Studio Code for at least 8 hours a day, every day. So you can understand why I want to keep my eyes safe and sound.
If you’ve updated to WordPress 5.0, then you probably noticed the new Twenty Nineteen theme. It very simple, with a huge emphasis on the content and clean typography. It’s great. However, the content area is really made for articles and blogging. For wide screens, the content is nudged to the a little bit to the […]
If you have your own business, it’s most likely that one of your goals is to increase your social media presence. It would sure be nice to have tens of thousands of people following you. Imagine that your every new product update Tweet, every Facebook wall post would be seen and commented on.. business would be […]
It’s just a matter of time when Gutenberg will hit WordPress Core. As days go by, we’re getting closer and closer to an eventual merge. So to get ahead of the game, my team and I took almost month studying Gutenberg, and ended up releasing a plugin called Stackable – Ultimate Gutenberg Blocks. Throughout our experience, […]
Gutenberg. People say it’s a page builder killer. And being that I’ve created my own page builder (Page Builder Sandwich – which is currently having a major rebuild btw), I’m obviously concerned. How will it impact my business? My competitors’ business? Will it kill all page builders? I don’t know. But if it does then […]
I logged into a client’s WordPress backend and the bottom part of the admin menu looked like this: Why are there so many menu items?! I mean come on, the site is using 38 plugins, and there are 14 new menu items (not all shown in the screenshot). In my case, 37% of plugins have […]
tldr: Convert your DB columns to utf8mb4 to support emojis / special characters everywhere in WordPress tldr2; Or do a urlencode when saving, and urldecode when getting the post meta. I recently did some client work that involved allowing users to generate their own image (canvas) that contained their name and a bunch of other decorative […]
Comments are very important and that everyone should strive to comment their code well. Without them, developers will lose tons of hours trying to trace and understand code.