I had some time to contribute to WP, and I’ve always loved how the Full-site-editing outreach program lets anyone jump in and quickly get to testing specific features and functionality. Today, I worked on QA’ing the latest one: FSE Program Testing Call #15: Category Customization Questions Did the experience crash at any point? No crashes! … Continued
I wanted a way to quickly and easily install all Block-based WordPress themes so that I could start examining the code used to build them!
Contributing to Open-source is important — so I’m blocking off time to do it, and going to write about it!
Taking a look at the current state of Gutenberg development with a focus on full-site editing.
A collection of bash scripts to help automate retrieval of remote databases and importing them into a Roots.io based virtual machine.
Sometimes all you need is a quick scraper to help you get the information missed in a database search-and-replace. I recently hacked together this single use scraper repo. Fork, extend and tweak for your needs!
How to flush `mod_pagespeed` cache in LiquidWeb’s new Managed WordPress package.
I just attended the 2015 PDX WordCamp and am now helping out at the contributor day. Of course contributing to core can be done in a number of ways, but one of the areas that I’ve always wanted to help out with is through theme review. The above link to the theme review handbook is quite comprehensive in regards … Continued
Creating WordPress Plugins and Themes is a fairly easy process. However, creating a new WP site on a local machine can be fairly tedious. Add to this the individual quirks of servers, and the setup differences between local and production environments and and you start to appreciate the benefits of a real sand-boxed solution. The … Continued