Need a complete reference of action hooks and filters found in the Genesis Framework? Here ya go. Note this is intended as a reference, not a tutorial.
There has been an increase in developer resources around Gutenberg. We collected quite a few here. We’ll update along the way.
This resource from Gutenberg Times looks like it might be a great place to begin with Gutenberg development.
Development note: for the purposes of being able to remember gotchas when developing, I’ve added this development note with this bookmark.
While I’m not sure if this is a function of Gutenberg or not, I needed to manually input the information for the post name but not post excerpt, and I needed to manually input the site name. All of this applies when attempting to parse the information from the URL, which uses the “Parse This” portion of the Post Kinds plugin. This may mean something to look at specifically when migrating that plugin.
The official React accessibility documentation. May as well start from the source.
This is an up-to-date list of recommended books for learning React.
This is my starting point for React books.
Author Mark Wilkinson Date 9th September 2018 Topics DevelopmentIntroduction
I have been using WordPress for many years – all the way back to version 2.0 in 2005 and I am now co-owner of a WordPress agency, here at Highrise Digital. A key breakthrough for me, in terms of being a WordPress develope…
Hooks, actions and filters are basically the bread and butter of WordPress development.
Adding additional meta boxes, fields, and other information to WordPress is easy if you know the right hooks and the proper APIs to follow. But what if you want to add information to a WordPress taxonomy page?
For example, say you want to create a custom WordPress category edit page or, at the very …
This from Tom McFarlin. has been extremely useful in client work.