One of my clients reported my an issue today that switching tabs in their editor stopped working, we’re talking about the “Visual” and “Text” tabs here. Read more →
Linking posts to each other is quite a hassle in WordPress, especially if they are of different post types. Of course you can get creative by using some sort of ‘cross post type taxonomy’, but these kind of solution usually come with a manual. Not to mention the lack of usability for you or your clients.
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What The File has been around for quite some time now and while being such a simple tool, has changed quite a bit in its existence. The latest 2 releases added support for popular ‘third party’ software: Roots Theme and BuddyPress. This version will add support for a WordPress core functionality, template parts. Read more →
When creating WordPress websites I like to do so locally (e.g. XAMPP). Working locally has allot of advantages like faster load speed, being able to load the entire project in the IDE of your choice (code suggestion for your entire project) and the ability to use versioning software (like SVN and GIT). The only problem I had was not being able to install plugins from within the plugin backend page. Read more →
I’ve been working on a new version of What The File and I’m happy to announce it’s available for download at the WordPress plugin repository. Read more →