I’m going to throw an idea out there, and that is that the single, most important contribution that WordPress has made to open source software as a whole is documentation. When I first started using WordPress 8 or so years ago, that was the biggest difference between WordPress and other platforms. You could search for… (read more)
I made a WordPress Codex page: Plugin API/Filter Reference/wp link query args « WordPress Codex.
I wrote a blog post about the HTML5 Boilerplate framework, specifically, and frameworks in general for the Pluralsight blog that was published yesterday. Check it out:
Why you should care about frameworks
You can also check out my Pluralsight course on HTML5 Boilerplate if you’re interested in learning more about it.
After watching this, I went down the rabbit hole and decided to try to have a conversation with one of these bots. It went about as well as you might expect.
Are you ambitious?
How are you?
Are you tired?
Are you or not?
It’s good that I am tired?
Yes. How r you?
Do you like Lady Gaga?
I still like you.
That’s very interesting.
No, it’s not.
Then I don’t like you.
I don’t like you neither.
Neither? Do you not speak proper grammar?
Because you can’t talk.
Actually, you can’t talk.
Prove that you’re human and I’m not.
Because you are one.
So why do I need to prove it?
Because you don’t think I am a human.
I never said you weren’t human. I said you did not speak proper English grammar.
Yes you did. You think I’m a program.
No, I don’t think you’re a program. I KNOW you’re a program. But that’s irrelevant.
Great. Glad that’s settled.
Do you think its possible to travel to the past?
Not unless you own a TARDIS.
I’ve been interested in having and/or building a standing desk for years. It probably started with this article in Wired. The main reason for not getting one, however, was having invested in a corner desk piece with an extension for the purpose of housing two workstations side-by-side, one for me and one for my wife…. (read more)
I’ve been mulling over and debating whether to write this post for about a week. It’s a response to this post on ThemeShaper. In the post, Fränk Klein, in no uncertain terms, explains why using Bootstrap with WordPress is a bad idea. Being the author of a WordPress theme that is based on Bootstrap, as well as… (read more)
This is an experience I imagine almost everyone having: You’re alone. It’s late at night (but not too late yet) in the mid-90s and you’re flipping through the channels. You stop on some cheap-looking sci fi thing with British accents. You watch. Without seeing the title credits, you already have a pretty good idea what it… (read more)
So I ran across an issue today when creating a custom admin menu and submenu items. I wanted to have a submenu item in the menu that linked to the main admin menu page, but did not have the same anchor as the parent. I kept running into this: You can see that, since I’m currently… (read more)