As you might know, I always run nightly builds on WP TIPS, so you can as a matter of fact already see the WP 4.4 comment form output in action on the site.
Today I found an easy way to add a background image blur to an element and I won’t be limited to photos from Unsplash.
At long last I have just read something positive coming to WordPress 4.3.
Instead of leaving a negative review I decided to release a plugin that cleans up all the garbage that the WordPress SEO plugin adds to our sites.
When coding a theme we tend to use the text domain throughout the theme’s strings: for both front end and back end we are using the same text domain.
Although I am not interested in submitting soblossom for release on the official WordPress.org Theme Repository, I actually was very curious about the quality of my code and whether or not I had truly followed the Theme Review Guidelines.
Usually we keep the “What’s New in WP version x.x” posts reserved for our clients over at Senlin Online, but WP version 4.1 has so much dev stuff to offer that we’d like to share those with you here.
WP TIPS joins the circus to show you the only right way of setting up a WordPress Child Theme. Read, learn, adapt and live by it!
The brand new WP_Installer class is a massive improvement, but on the plugins page the main plugin and all the addons are showing a red renew nag.
To show random testimonials on your site you can use a plugin or DIY. Because the latter is flexible and much more fun I show you how to do that.