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10up Releases GitHub Actions for Simplifying WordPress Plugin Deployment – WordPress Tavern
10up announced the public availability of two GitHub Actions geared toward WordPress plugin developers yesterday. The first Action allows developers to deploy plugin updates directly to the plugin directory by tagging a release on GitHub. The second Action handles readme file and asset updates.
Git  WordPress  automation  code  development  github 
november 2019 by aldolat
PHP Anonymous Functions: What Are They, and Why Use Them?
In this tutorial you’ll explore anonymous functions in PHP. Anonymous functions are a PHP feature that you probably won’t use that often; however, they can be really useful in certain situations, as you’ll see.
webdev  PHP  anonymous  functions  code 
november 2019 by aldolat
Writing a WordPress Plugin From Scratch: A Step-by-Step Tutorial
This WordPress plugin development tutorial captures the steps I went through on a real project, including the mistakes I made and how I debugged them.
webdev  development  code  WordPress  plugin  plugin_howto 
october 2019 by aldolat
Hyper Useful, Ready To Use HTML Snippets
HTML is super easy to write, but when creating webpages you often need to do the same repetitive tasks, such as creating forms. In this user guide, I have compiled 10+ ready-to-use HTML snippets to fasten your front-end coding.
webdesign  webdev  HTML  code 
october 2019 by aldolat
Learn JavaScript
Learn in an interactive environment. Study short lessons and then practice in an intuitive environment based on Tests.
javascript  webdev  code  learning  tutorial 
january 2019 by aldolat
How To Learn CSS
You don’t need to commit in memorizing every CSS Property and Value, as there are good places to look them up. There are some fundamental things, however, which will make CSS much easier for you to use. This article aims to guide you along your path of learning CSS.
CSS  webdesign  webdev  code 
january 2019 by aldolat
Filters Explained - Theme Blvd
Like actions, filters are another type of hook. But instead of simply executing code like with an action, they allow us to filter a piece of data. Generally speaking, when a piece of data is passed through a filter, it gives you a chance to manipulate that data, before it gets used, executed, or printed out.
filters  WordPress  webdev  code 
december 2018 by aldolat
How to Sort Arrays in PHP
In this tutorial, we will learn how to use built-in PHP functions to sort different kinds of array.
PHP  array  sort  webdev  code 
december 2018 by aldolat
PHP Integers, Floats and Number Strings
Working with numbers in PHP seems to be a trivial concept, but it can be quite confusing. It looks easy at first because PHP provides automatic type conversion. For example, you can assign an integer value to a variable, and the type of that variable will be an integer. On the next line, you can assign a string to the same variable, and the type will change to a string. Unfortunately, this automatic conversion can sometimes break your code. There are a lot of types for numeric values as well. In this tutorial, you'll learn about integers and floats in PHP, as well as the functions which can be used to determine the type of numbers that we are dealing with and convert between them. You'll also learn how to convert integers and floats to and from numerical strings.
PHP  webdev  code  numbers 
november 2018 by aldolat
PHP Control Structures and Loops: if, else, for, foreach, while, and More
Today, we're going to discuss control structures and loops in PHP. I'll show you how to use all the main control structures that are supported in PHP, like if, else, for, foreach, while, and more.
webdev  code  php  development 
november 2018 by aldolat
Formatting the Current Date and Time in PHP
You'll often want to work with dates and times when developing websites. For example, you might need to show the last modified date on a post or mention how long ago a reader wrote some comment. You might also have to show a countdown of the days until a special event. Luckily, PHP comes with some built-in date and time functions which will help us do all that and much more quite easily. This tutorial will teach you how to format the current date and time in PHP. You will also learn how to get the timestamp from a date string and how to add and subtract different dates.
webdev  PHP  programming  code 
september 2018 by aldolat
How to Customize Your WordPress Post Excerpts
The WordPress post excerpts system works great, but it also feels more complicated than it needs to be. The main issue (as is often true in WordPress) is that the WordPress excerpts system uses a lot of functions with near-identical-sounding names. This makes it really hard to know what does what, and which function can help us do the specific thing we’re trying to do with our own WordPress post excerpts.
webdev  WordPress  excerpt  code 
june 2018 by aldolat
John Byrd's answer to What is the most sophisticated piece of software/code ever written? - Quora
The most sophisticated software in history was written by a team of people whose names we do not know.

It’s a computer worm.
hacking  security  virus  worm  Software  code 
may 2018 by aldolat
Prismatic — WordPress Plugins
Display beautiful syntax-highlighted code snippets with Prism.js or Highlight.js.
WordPress  plugin  code 
december 2016 by aldolat
Best Practices for WordPress Theme Development
You want to do it right, right? Not just throw it together so that it just barely works? In that case it’s important to become familiar with a few best practices for theme development, so you produce a beautiful work of art and not a crude hack job, even if you don’t want to make your theme available for other people.
wordpress  webdev  code  letture 
august 2014 by aldolat
Polish your code : Post Status
Your code doesn’t have to be perfect. In fact, it probably won’t be. But it should be clean, documented, organized, and use proper syntax. It should be polished.
sublime  text  code  wordpress  letture 
october 2013 by aldolat
The Poetics Of Coding - Smashing Magazine
There is little doubt that WordPress is one of the most popular blogging and content management platforms out there today. This is not an article about WordPress, though, but rather a more general musing on one of its thought-provoking taglines: “Code Is Poetry.”
wordpress  code  poetry 
may 2010 by aldolat
Best practices for WordPress coding
Coding a WordPress theme or plugin can seem to be an easy task at first, but if you want to produce work that is more professional, you have to worry about things such as internationalization and security. In this article, I'm going to show you the best practices I have learned in 3 years of developing with WordPress.
wordpress  code  Resources 
april 2010 by aldolat
HTML 5 Visual Cheat Sheet by Woork
HTML 5 Visual Cheat Sheet is an useful cheat sheet for web designers and developers designed by me. This cheat sheet is essentially a simple visual grid with a list of all HTML tags and of their related attributes supported by HTML versions 4.01 and/or 5. The simple visual style I used to design this sheet allows you to find at a glance everything you are looking for.
html5  cheatsheet  webdesign  html  code 
september 2009 by aldolat

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