Category Archive: WordPress

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WordPress, React, and The Future

On September 14, Matt Mullenweg announced that WordPress was rethinking its use of the React.js library due to Facebook's clarification on its patents. The short story: Facebook released React under a modified "open-source-ish" license (called BSD+Patents) that allow them to judiciously revoke the patent if a service violates the terms of service (specifically, if they…

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Encryption, WordPress, Terrorism, and the Modern Web

Editor's Note: I try not to bring politics into my development discussions, but when they intersect, it's always a good time for a teaching moment. If you leave a comment, be civil and follow the rules of having a good discussion, or I will outright delete your comments. There's no room here for rude people.…

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The Hidden WordPress Options Panel

Did you know that there's a hidden options panel in WordPress? It's one page you can visit that will allow you to set every single option available to you on your site - even some of the hidden ones that are set via plugins and/or other functions. http://www.mydomain.com/wp-admin/options.php Navigating here will show you any options,…

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Using Hyperlinks Correctly in WordPress

Any good content marketer worth his or her salt knows the value of using links in their content. It's a good strategy to practice - whether you're linking internally to content you've written in the past or to external resources you mention in posts.  However, a lot of people overlook a small, single detail that could…

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Why I (Still) Use WordPress

It's no secret that I love WordPress. I've built this site on it, for one, but I brag that I've used WordPress for nearly all of the projects I've done over the last few years.  Other platforms have come and gone, but WordPress has remained steadily at the top of my list of "must-use" tools.…

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Add a Product List to WooCommerce’s Order Columns

If you're running WooCommerce, the Orders screen is a great way to see - at a glance - what's going on in your store.  However, there's one thing that it absolutely doesn't show: the products that people have ordered. The code below changes that - it gives you a special column in your Orders screen…

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