My second plugin release within a week? What is happening?
Last month, WordPress developer John Blackbourn made a semi-tongue-in-cheek suggestion for a plugin.
However much he may or may not have wanted it, I decided to make it a reality. Not just some of his suggestion, but all of it. And then some.
Got a WordPress site? Regularly need to invite people to your personal Zoom room? Why not combine them both and create a handy shortcut to the latter?
In this case, I’m going to be using the plugin Safe Redirect Manager, which I’ve found to be both simple to use and reliable. It’s also recommended by WordPress VIP, having also been authored by one of their agency partners.
With everything going in the world right now our use of language has come into sharper focus. Words matter.
And as a contributor to WordPress, a platform that runs over 35% of the internet, I’ve been turning my eye towards the language it uses. On screens and in code.
Everything you ever wanted to know about WordPress transients: in 10 minutes
WordPress has a native database caching system called the Transients API. This simple wrapper can be used for caching database queries, remote data, or other expensive routines.
In this technical talk you will discover how to best use the API and the pitfalls to avoid (content which is neither documented nor generally available, so this will be a genuine eye-opener for developers).