Just a quick jQuery code snippet to toggle a password field. I used this technique for the license field of my premium WordPress firewall plugin, BBQ Pro. Sharing it here for reference and just in case I need to use it again.
I would give my left testicle to stop macOS from creating .DS_Store files in every freaking directory on the system. The stupid files have been driving Mac users mad for years, and apparently there is no end in sight. Fortunately, there are a couple of ways to remove them.
One of the more useful WordPress must-use plugins and drop-ins is the db-error.php file, which you can create, customize, and upload to your site’s /wp-content/ directory. Upon doing so, the contents of the file will be displayed whenever the database is unavailable. This post provides a simple template for db-error.php that you can customize and […]
With WordPress and other publishing software, you can create “private” and “password-protected” posts, but the URL is still going to be discoverable via search engines and visitors. This technique using .htaccess makes the post and URL accessible only to the specified IP addresses.
Here is a choice collection of .htaccess directives that I use when hosting images on a subdomain. When doing so, it’s best for performance to make sure the domain or sub-domain is “cookie-less”, so there is no time wasted sending cookie data back and forth between the server and client. Other optimizations are included to […]
This post shares the custom-loop code referenced by the image gallery tutorial. Basically what we’re doing here is creating a custom loop for displaying images that are attached to the current post (i.e., in the WP Loop). This technique is used for the Responsive Image Gallery.
Here are three ways to list all files in a directory via PHP: via iterator class, file function, and while loop (in order of preference).
Here is a collection of 18 sweet WordPress functions that can be used to improve the functionality of any WordPress-powered site. Enjoy!
Here is a simple plugin that you can use to include a random post class for each post. With a slight modification it can be used to include a random body class. This function can be useful for applying random colors and styles to your blog posts. Or whatever.
These days, WordPress provides numerous ways to get the path and URI for the current theme directory. This post is reference for WP developers who need to get the URI and/or path for the current child or parent theme. Just grab, gulp, and go..
Creating canonical URLs for your site is an important part of good SEO. In this quick post, we’ll look at several .htaccess techniques for removing and requiring the www prefix, and additionally we’ll see how to remove any index.php appendage from all URIs.
Developing WordPress plugins, I frequently need to specify an array of allowed HTML tags and attributes for wp_kses(). The collection of allowed tags has grown over time, and so I’m posting it here at WP-Mix for future reference. Just makes my life easier, hopefully it helps you too.