WordCamps are the conferences organized by the community around the WordPress content management system, an open source project. I was lucky to participate in this fantastic event, currently the largest WordCamp in the world. With 3200 tickets sold this year, the WordCamp Europe far surpasses the second largest WordCamp, the US, with around 1500 tickets… Continue reading WordCamp Europe 2019
I was lucky to attend the WordCamp US a few months ago in Nashville again. The city of music is a great place to visit and now that I'm into photography, I appreciate there are a lot of places to shoot. The WordCamp US is a conference around the WordPress content management system for websites.… Continue reading WordCamp US 2018 – Nashville
One caveat faced by developers using get_template_part is the inability of passing variables to the loaded templates. There is, however an alternative using locate_template. Overview In this example we're going to display three Easy Digital Download entries. I've been using EDD for a while now and while it has a lot of features it's still… Continue reading Passing variables when loading templates in WordPress
If you're into WordPress, you may have heard about the close to 300 themes removed from WordPress.org repository. Matt left a comment on Inquisitr about the (non)gpl themes: There were actually closer to 300 themes removed, and it seems like less than 2% may have been a mistake. These are themes that never complied with… Continue reading WordPress and Premium Themes. In support of Matt’s decision.