Author: Fred Meyer
get_queried_object(): How and Why to Use It
WordPress’s get_queried_object() function has the distinction of being, I think, the most useful core function in WordPress that I didn’t know about for the longest time.
How to Undo Changes in Beaver Builder
If you’re not clear how to undo changes in Beaver Builder, it can be difficult to know how to walk back a change you’ve made—specifically, how to undo Beaver Builder layout changes, for which normal “Ctrl+Z/Cmd+Z” undoing within Beaver Builder itself simply won’t work.
WordPress Development for Beginners: “Does the User See It?”
Getting started with WordPress development can be disorienting. As I’ve written, software development (including WordPress development) is a lot like caving, and trying to do your first WordPress development project can be like waking up somewhere in the middle of a dark cave and trying to figure it out from there.
How to Get Rid of Empty Lines of Code in Any Text Editor
PHP for WordPress Development: The Free Course
This free course on PHP for WordPress introduces the core topics you need to understand to practice the PHP side of WordPress development.
Recording: Our Third Live Q&A Webinar for Up and Running Buyers
Recording: Our Second Live Q&A Webinar for Up and Running Buyers
Recording: Our First Live Q&A Webinar for Up and Running Buyers
WordPress 5.4 Is Out Now
WordPress 5.4, “Adderley,” launched yesterday, March 31, 2020. It’s a very Gutenberg-focused release, with two new default blocks—Buttons and Social Icons—plus a lot of other improvements to the block editor.
WooCommerce 4.0 is Here, but Take Care Before Updating
WooCommerce 4.0 has shipped. I love WooCommerce, and I can’t think of another free software package in WordPress that has been the backbone of so many actually-profitable online small businesses.