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.
When it comes to adding social sharing buttons (e.g. “Share on Facebook”), I’m a big fan of Scriptless Social Sharing by Robin Cornett. The one thing I like to do when using it is add UTM parameters to the links that are shared. Here is the snippet I use to add UTM parameters to my URLs that are being shared.
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.
Traditionally, when working with values in WordPress they would be stored in post meta. Now with the new upcoming WordPress editing experience (Gutenberg), these values are often stored right in the content. These are some of my notes on how they are stored.
In WordPress 5.0, the editing experience will be changing dramatically. I’ve written information for my clients about this change in Prepare for WordPress 5.0 (Gutenberg). With the editor moving from one general purpose editor field to a series of special purpose blocks, there will be a need for creating custom blocks. In another post, I’ve […]
With WordPress 5.0 a new block-based editing experience will be introduced (a.k.a. Gutenberg). This new editing experience is available via the Gutenberg plugin. By adding this plugin to your (development) WordPress website, you can preview the new editing experience. At the time of this writing, Gutenberg is still under-development so I recommend only installing it […]
Authorize.Net’s Automated Recurring Billing (ARB) allows you to run subscriptions from within Authorize.Net. Once you create a subscription, it will have a status value. The status value for a subscription can be one of the following: active suspended expired canceled terminated Unfortunately, I found these statuses and when they occur a bit confusing so I […]