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WordPress: Display all comment fields when user is logged in

By default WordPress hides the Author/Name, Email, and URL fields on comment forms when the user is logged in. This is because WordPress automatically gets the related information directly from the user profile. But what if you need to do some testing or troubleshooting and want to display all the fields? Here is a plug-&-play […]

Video Tutorials: Running WordPress on Shared Hosting

After months of hard work, I am pleased to announce the launch of my new video course on running WordPress on shared hosting. This course shows you how to get your own WordPress-powered site up and running as quickly and inexpensively as possible. It walks through the entire process step-by-step, with helpful visuals and examples […]

Free up screen space on EDD settings pages

Easy Digital Downloads recently added a giant logo to all of their settings pages in the WordPress Admin Area. That’s great for them, but users are left with about an inch less of screen space. So now when visiting EDD settings, customers, downloads, etc., you have less vertical space with which to work. This quick […]

Display All PHP Errors on Screen

When working on a PHP project, I usually log any errors to a file (error log), but on some projects it’s necessary to display any errors right there on the page. Here is the code that I use to make it happen.

PHP: Two Ways to Check if Remote File Exists

Working on my free WordPress plugin, Simple Download Counter, I needed a quick way to check if a remote file exists. As in, requesting the file returns a 200 “OK” response. Here are a couple of ways to do it via PHP.