Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “WordPress”
This post is a proof of concept for using the WordPress REST API to demonstrate how to build CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) functionality within a React application running on a frontend WordPress page.
How to create a WordPress custom shortcode to display photos from flickr. This post documents using the Slick Lazy Load Photo Grid along with the flickr API to render photo albums in Wordpress Posts wherever the shortcode is entered. Webpack 4, autoprefixer, and babel are included for building the JS and CSS.
This post continues where part one left off. Topics include mysql data migration, staging and production docker configurations with optional https.
This post will cover how to use Docker for a local WordPress development environment and how to deploy it to an Ubuntu Linux server running docker.
This post is a simple proof of concept for using the new WordPress REST API to submit a new post draft from the front end. The form and user inputs are built using the Vue.js framework and vue-cli to create a simple Webpack build configuration. Demo on YouTube
I wanted a front-end page template to play around with the new REST API that is now in WordPress 4.7 core. A custom page template gives me the latitude I want at this stage of development, so here is how I did it.
These Sass modules make customizing the
style.css a lot easier for the new business focused Twenty Seventeen default theme for WordPress 4.7 released a couple weeks ago.
I recently created individual Sass modules for each of the WordPress Twenty Sixteen style.css stylesheet numbered and annotated sections. Additionally, the fonts and colors have been converted into Sass variables. All of this makes customizing this theme easier.
A collection of useful jQuery code snippets
This blog post addresses a common scenario — a local LAMP development environment on your Windows or OS X computer. You could use XAMPP on either Windows or OS X, MAMP on OS X or native Apache in OS X. Here, we will create a Linux virtual machine with Samba configured to share the Virtual Machine file system with the host computer. We will also create virtual hosts, install and configure WordPress and Xdebug.