Creating a WordPress plugin where you need to create templates that can be overridden by the theme? Learn how to build a template loading system similar to WooCommerce allowing you to do just that!
There’s a ton of WordPress plugins out there to choose from. So, how do you know which you ones you should use & which to stay away from? Here’s a list of useful WordPress plugins every site should have.
I was recently working on a WP site that required AJAX functionality on the frontend. Having implemented WordPress AJAX for my Book It! Transportation plugin on the backend, I figured it would be a cinch. Come to find out, it required a little more work to accomplish.
If you haven’t already guessed, I’m a huge fan of WordPress. Having worked with both Drupal and WP, hands down I’d pick WordPress over Drupal any day. Though WordPress is a powerful CMS, there are some limitations that I hate to say, Drupal makes a little easier to overcome. But, if you’re a developer like myself, those limitations can be tackled with a little coding.
I’ve never been a fan of ShareThis. It’s caused nothing but headaches and slow load times on sites I’ve installed it on. I had always assumed it was because they had slow servers, but until recently, never really dug into it. If you’re having problems with ShareThis slowing down you site, read below. I was pretty surprised to find out what was really going on.