It is no secret that I try to advocate the use of core functions when possible. The idea of maintaining less code is a great one for any developer. It’s
One thing I haven’t seen many themes use is active callbacks to their advantage. What are they and how can they used? It’s actually quite simple and there are two
A while back I wrote a quick and dirty tutorial on how to display more than one page. This can be done in a number of different ways. You can
Widgets are a great way of showing information in specified areas. Themes handle this in different locations and different ways. Some have page template with up to thirty widget areas.
Using the get_categories function with the customizer can be tricky. This is a code snippet to help out. …
This time I’ll focus on the comment_form(). Neat, fun and with plenty of hooks and filters. The code Like usual we will look at the core code of the comment_form.
On my last post I talked about dynamic_sidebar and some uses. It was a fun little experiment I wanted to do and share. Yes, I said experiment. That is how
The last couple of weeks I’ve been reading the core code more and more. I like it. Came to the conclusion I really don’t know every hook or filter. I
Every so often I come across a theme or an implementation I like and wonder how it is being done. I like to dig behind the scenes on themes and