With the new Drupal 8 Blocks API, WordPress and Drupal are now more similar than not when it comes to Widgets vs Blocks. This post shows examples of each and highlights their similarities and differences.
As a follow up to my earlier post, I wanted to show how to greatly improve the usefulness of the function by changing it to a class with distinct methods, and in the process reduce the previous approach’s shortcomings.
VVV is one of the best environments for WordPress development, but it only comes with a few sites by default. This post will guide you through creating a new local development site on VVV, and (optionally) importing a live site for local development.
Sometimes you find yourself needing to write a very simple php template function. Maybe you’re working on a very simple script, or in a CMS that doesn’t provide much in the way of template organization or overriding.
There are plenty of reasons you may need to hide the standard WordPress login form. This post shows how to remove the login form from the page completely, while still providing a simple mechanism for accessing the form when needed.
How to allow your users to place HTML img tags into WordPress comments by hooking into the wp_kses_allowed_html filter. Additionally, this same method can be used to allow other HTML tags into comments.