When we update WordPress, we install a new plugin or theme, or simply we touch what we should not, we can “break” our web. Learn how to solve the most common problems with WordPress.
If your dream is to be an evil WordPress developer, this is your post. Here you’ll learn some of the most useful tips and tricks that’ll make your plugin the best while, at the same time, break your competitors’ and make them look ugly.
Every professional needs tools to work and WordPress developers are no less. In this post I present my favorite editors and explain what makes them special. But, remember, there is no perfect tool; You are the one who decides what is good and what is not.
This is the last post in our unit testing series. Here you’ll learn how to test the different components of a “real” plugin that implements AJAX callbacks. Follow all the steps and become a proficient developer and tester!
You should spend some time unit testing your WordPress plugins and themes. In this post, you’ll learn how to use PHPUnit to test your PHP code easily and effectively.
Are you interested in becoming a better web developer? This is the first post in a series where we’ll teach you how to unit test your code. From now on, once you know your code works, it always will. Don’t miss it!
English is not as “international” as you might think. If your audience is from different countries and speaks different languages, maybe you should consider addressing them in their own language.
WordPress only allows uploading certain file types to the media library, but changing this behavior is very easy. Learn to do it yourself.
With WordPress, you have the ability to create a network of sites by using the multisite feature. In this post, we discuss the pros and cons of WordPress multisites and teach you how to activate this feature in a fresh WordPress installation.