Advanced Custom Fields is probably my favourite WordPress plugin. For me, it unlocked the door between WordPress being a blog, and realising it’s full potential as a flexible CMS solution. It allows you to create complex pages and store data structures that just wouldn’t be possible otherwise. One thing which I always do, though, is […]
This morning I was helping to work out some issues with a site using FacetWP and came across a useful filter contained within the Facet WP Google Maps addon. Documentation for the Google Maps addon is a little sparse at the moment, so I thought it would be helpful to highlight the facetwp_map_init_args filter, which […]
I’ve been using Gulp on WordPress theme builds for a while now. When I started using it, I started simply – I created a Gulpfile.js in my starter theme which contained all of the tasks I needed.
In April 2016, I moved from Mac to Windows as my primary development environment. It was an interesting switch, and one I’m quite happy with – Windows 10 has proven itself to be a robust operating system, and all of my software requirements have been met and often exceeded. Most of my work is WordPress […]
WordPress is the most popular Content Management System (CMS) around and now powers more than 27% of all websites. One of the great things about WordPress – and one of the main reasons why I develop websites using WordPress as a platform – is that even if you aren’t familiar with it, it’s incredibly easy […]