There are lots of ways to write variable names when programming. This is the list of ones I find myself using.
Recently I was talking to another developer about how to detect ‘WP_DEBUG’ being set on a WordPress installation. Here is the code I use.
When creating a block for the WordPress block editor (a.k.a. Gutenberg), I find that most of the documentation is for class components. However, with React hooks we can use functional components. When you need to import ‘useState’ from React, you can do it as follows in a WordPress block.
An SQL injection vulnerability occurs when you use a variable in your SQL statement and someone uses the variable to add unexpected code. In this article, we’ll look at how this occurs and how to prevent it.
Recently, I was trying to update the post status of a post from ‘future’ to ‘publish’ publish` with the WordPress REST API and while the submission appeared to work, the value was not modified.
I recently learned that doing a MySQL “LIKE” with multiple strings separated with ‘%’ behaves the same as multiple “LIKE” statements.
You can make WordPress REST API calls from the browser console. Here is one way I work with WordPress REST API endpoints in the browser using jQuery.
The behaviors of “require”, “include”, “require_once”, and “include_once” in PHP are all very similar with some slight differences. Here is the table highlighting the different behaviors of these statements.