Whilst perusing the bitchy rants on WP Tavern, I came across an excellent recommendation from Samuel Wood (aka Otto) for an alternativeto the Hello Dolly plugin. It’s called “Hello Samuel L Jackson” and it loads some excellent philosophical words shared by a great poet.
It is 10 years today since I released my first ever WordPress plugin. It’s been a blast, and I’ll probably release more in the future too. That first plugin was “Ryans Suckerfish WordPress Dropdown Menu”. It was in response to a blog post by Miriam […]
I recently needed to set the default number of products selected in WooCommerce to 1. I created a plugin to achieve this.
When someone asks me to setup 404 logging in WordPress, I go on the hunt for a simple plugin which just does logging of the 404 errors and nothing else.
I had a problem which involved editing bbPress post names. So I created a plugin to allow forum admins to easily change the author of any bbPress post.
I wrote a simple bash script which grabs all sites on a multisite network, then loops through and runs all the due WP Cron tasks for each individual site.
I’ve created a new WordPress plugin. This one is fairly basic, and simply used for adding an audio file uploader to your site. You can read about it more on it’s plugin page.
I find that sticky sidebars are awkward to implement. There are plenty of examples out there, but I find most have problems.
Using DISALLOW_FILE_MODS disables WordPress update notices. Jay Dansand of Lawrence University has solved this via an elegant little plugin.
I am the hipster of helmet cams, but now I have “cap cam” 🙂 I just sticky taped my camera to my running cap to test out the Microsoft Hyperlapse software.