With the prevalence of large monitors, I’ve found I wanted a larger container size than the default in Bootstrap 4, which is 1140px. Fortunately, working with the Bootstrap 4 Sass code it only takes a few lines of code to add an additional container size (and breakpoint to go with it).
WordPress comes with some helper functions for finding a theme’s path and/or URI, which are tremendously useful but I always have to look them up. Therefore, I’m making note of them here so I know where to look them up: get_stylesheet_directory(), get_stylesheet_directory_uri(), get_template_directory(), get_template_directory_uri()
When doing WordPress theme development I find it helpful to overlay an image of the approved design on top of the code I’m working on. I use a reduced opacity on the image so I can see the code I’m working on. This helps me match things like font size and spacing. I’ve been doing […]
I’ve been using PHP CodeSniffer to help me following coding standards. The WordPress Coding Standards are a great resource and the basis of the rules I follow. I have made a few modifications based on my personal preferences.
The editorconfig project provides a powerful tool for standardizing the general coding standards used in a project, specifically in regards to: indent_style, indent_size, end_of_line, charset, trim_trailing_whitespace, and insert_final_newline.
There are a number of different inline conditionals I use when working with PHP (i.e. ternary conditionals and the null coalescing operator). As a reminder of how some of these common inline conditionals work, I put together this table for reference.
These are my reminder notes on how to quickly populate the LICENSE information for one of my projects from the command line.
Building a mini-marshmallow blow gun was a lot of fun and quite affordable. With some PVC pieces and an inexpensive cutter, you can craft one of these beauties.