Category: General

Owning My Own Content

On owning his own content, Tim writes: Instead of posting to Twitter directly, I want to use my site as the hub for that content and let Twitter feed off of that. Of note as well: the great Jeremy Keith explains how his personal site interacts with the rest of the web. Read more →

Changes

So, I’ve decided to move things around a bit. From now on, this very site will be where I write about web development (and a few other things). My slightly more professional, client-facing website will continue to exist, too, but it’ll be geared toward a less tech-savvy audience. I think this approach—two ‘somewhat niche’ sites rather than one that tries to be everything—will make for a much improved visitor experience. On a side note: I’ve recently dele… Read more →

Many-to-Many

Meta Box’s MB Relationships—inspired by the very popular Posts 2 Posts—is a plugin that brings many-to-many relationships to WordPress, for when custom taxonomies (much like categories and tags) simply aren’t enough. Read more →

WooCommerce Order Status Choices

I recently put together a custom WooCommerce Payment Gateway that relies on quite a few external API calls, all of which—however unlikely—could possibly fail. If that was to happen, I asked myself, should I then mark the order ‘On-hold’, ‘Failed’, or simply leave it ‘Pending’? Read more →