Posted on September 3, 2015
For some unknown reason, at this time, Instagram does not offer a way to consume the raw images from their API. This means that the max-resolution available over the API is 612×612. This also means that those nifty… Read More
I’ve really appreciated getting a glimpse into the ST3 tools others are using (the latest of which is John Blackbourn’s which was inspired by Dominik Schilling’s) and so here is my own. Here are the packages I use: Alignment: Dead-simple alignment of multi-line… Read More
So today, I instigated a lively discussion on the topic of WP_Error vs PHP Exceptions. I’m curious why try/catch exceptions are rarely used in WP dev? Any insight? — Justin Sternberg (@Jtsternberg) April 2, 2015 A great deal… Read More
Posted on March 24, 2015
WordPress multisite is an awesome tool, but has its limitations and caveats, ESPECIALLY when you’re dealing with very large networks. At WebDevStudios, we use this snippet to prevent the ‘My Sites’ menu from querying every site on the… Read More
The other day, I tweeted out that I believe there is hesitancy in the WordPress world to use autoloaders. Don’t believe me? I feel like there’s hesitancy in the WP world w/ autoloaders. spl_autoload_register is your friend. Namespaces… Read More
Posted on February 2, 2015
The one thing that people love about WordPress and the WordPress.org plugins is that they are free. Sure, they don’t cost any money. But they’re not truly free.
You can ask on the WordPress support forums for some help. Or you could email the developer for some help. You might get some help. But what if you don’t get any help? You’ll probably need to pay for some help from a techie or a developer.
But what does it feel like to be the developer of a free WordPress plugin? Read on to find out more…