Category: Code

  • Learning JavaScript in WordPress, Deeply

    If you’ve followed the development of WordPress the last couple of years, you couldn’t help but notice that more and more parts of WordPress, such as the Customizer, are using primarily JavaScript instead of PHP. With WordPress 4.4, the latest version available currently, the amount of JavaScript used has increased once again. During the State of the […]

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  • Fix for Git Warning: No merge candidate found because value of config option

    Found myself a dealing with a Git message that took me quite a bit of time to solve, so I figured I’d post it here real quick in case anyone else needs it as bad as I did: The warning that I got was this one: Warning: No merge candidate found because value of config […]

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  • 10 Things you did not know about WordPress

    One thing I love equally as much as WordPress is sharing (my) knowledge. If I’m asked to share my knowledge about WordPress then I’m most definitely winning. Big time. Recently I was asked to speak at WordCamp Sevilla in Spain, which I gladly did. WordCamp Sevilla was a two day event and I got to […]

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  • How to use GlotPress for your translations

    This tutorial is now quite dated. GlotPress is now available as WordPress plugin. This obviously makes installing GlotPress a walk in the park now. From the first day I started using GlotPress for translating WordPress into Dutch and Frisian, I fell in love with how GlotPress facilitates the actual process of translating. Before GlotPress I […]

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  • When sharing WordPress related code snippets, I can haz standards please?

    I love WordPress. Just absolutely love it. One of the things I love especially is how you can alter the output by adding just a small snippet of code. Turns out I”m not the only one who loves doing that because when you”re googling any given WordPress related subject, the pure amount of hits on […]

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  • Free Antivirus For Your Windows Home Server

    I have been rocking a Windows Home Server since Microsoft released a beta back in 2008. A great solution for handling automated backups for the various PC’s and laptops in our house, plus it makes for a great torrentserver. One thing I still hadn’t installed, and which was long overdue, was a proper antivirus scanner. […]

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