Use echo inside php one line if statement
Got some great answers on my latest stackoverflow question on why echo doesn’t work inside an one line if statement in php.
Can’t wait to read the rest: great preview of an upcoming book about the history of WordPress.
Shaun Andrews on improving WordPress Widgets
Some great thoughts on improving WordPress Widgets. The admin-UI changes are totally convincing. Would like to see some thoughts on how to solve the “How do I install widgets” problem. Even the comments on widgets per post are absolutely worth reading.
I’m into grunt now, goodbye codekit. #grunt #codekitStatus posted 4 weeks ago
WordPress register with email only, with Gravity Forms and User Registration add-on. Workaround for the “Only lowercase letters (a-z) and numbers are allowed” error message.Read Article »
Status posted 2 months ago
I’ve build quite a few custom login-forms in WordPress. There are, as always, a lot of ways to realize that, but nearly all the clients I worked with, had similar requirements: On the one hand they wanted to preserve the usual WordPress login-form to let administrators, editors and authors sign in into wp-admin. On the […]Read Article »
Problems we don’t have?
Inspiring read on how much we should struggle to support outdated browsers. Favorite quote: “Problem 3: IE6 and 7 … what are you doing?”
My blog just got back from a trip in a flying DeLorean, landed in 2013 finally – @pixelcrook you are my hero. http://www.danielauener.comStatus posted 2 months ago
Pagination might be one of the most seen ui-patterns on the web. The concept of showing just a limited amount of articles, posts or whatever and making the reader click through the rest, comes in quite a few variations. Googles search results are coming to mind or more advanced infinite scroll solutions. Naturally, WordPress implements […]Read Article »