CategoryWordpress

Introducing Gridable — The Missing Grid Content Editor

This article is all about Gridable — the missing grid content editor which we hope that will stand as the next WordPress inline grid editor.

In the last couple of months we (Pixelgrade crew and I) invested a lot of time and energy to make it happen, so hopefully, you will give it a try and share your thoughts on this one.

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Add theme suggestions for plugins for real

This article is about my thoughts on different scenarios regarding the moment when a WordPress theme adds plugins suggestions in a clear and useful way.

I think the whole WordPress community raises a strong need for a visible and clear relationship between plugins and themes. I came across situations when a theme adds a style for a certain plugin, but the same WordPress doesn’t offer a clear way to tell us “What plugins can I use with this theme?

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Automated Testing, what can they bring

Please let me set your expectations from scratch. I really want to highlight the fact that I’m NOT an Automated Testing Guru, neither a testing-driven developer. I wrote a few tests in my “coding” life, and half of them I’ve already deleted because I’m way too embarrassed to showcase them. However, I see the added value they bring, and honestly, I want to pitch my colleagues at PixelGrade that we should take advantage of automatic tests. We want to deliver flawless WordPress products from top to toe.

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Patch my site to 94/100 score on page insights

When you build a website, you want it to reach as many people as possible. The quality of your content will naturally engage more visitors and a good presence on the social media channels will help you spread the word.

But most of your users will reach you through search engines — that’s why it’s important to be in a good relationship with Google’s indexing algorithms.

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Custom Body Class plugin for WordPress

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Error: options page not found!

I would like to talk about a little experience I had working with WordPress’s Settings API, section which I use a lot since I’m a backend developer.

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Check the WordPress version with a Chrome Extension

When you work with WordPress, you get to see and examine tones of WordPress themes.

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Don’t forget to flush your … rewrite rules

Before we get into this subject you should know that this is gonna be a technical article about pretty permalinks and their cache options in WordPress. You know what is WordPress right ? The CMS/blogging platform? No? Nothing familiar? If the answer is still “no” you are certainly in the wrong place.

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