0 Simple Tutorial Showing How To Use Composer in Your WordPress Plugin or Theme I love Composer. It just makes including libraries or scripts in your app incredibly easy. So easy that it’s stupid not to use it (in many, if not most cases). The number of libraries/scripts available on Packagist is astounding, all of […]

1+ WooCommerce & Schema.org Is Awesome Adding schema.org markup to a well coded WordPress theme is relatively straight forward and doesn’t take very long to get setup. I covered how to add schema.org markup to your WordPress theme in a previous post, but I recently needed to apply schema.org markup to an e-commerce site using […]

0 I’ve been using qunb for quite a while. They generate what they call datastories for your sites using Google Analytics data. The datastories include data like number of visitors, top countries, and most viewed pages. They do a really nice job of presenting your analytics data in a more human readable fashion, a good […]

0 What WordPress custom fields should have been I found Advanced Custom Fields (also known as ACF) about 6 months ago while working on a project for a client. They didn’t want to have to mess around with editing the Custom Fields that come native with WordPress, it just wouldn’t have worked as smoothly. The […]

0 Great for signup forms or affiliate links I don’t place the DigitalOcean affiliate link manually at the end of each post. That’s because it’s super easy to do with add_filter(‘the_content’). Add The Message, With or Without HTML function add_post_bottom_content($content){ $html = ‘<span class=”post-footer-message”><a href=”http://oursponsor.com” target=”_blank”>Thanks to our sponsor for the generous donation!</a></span>’; if( !is_page( […]