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Custom Queries in WordPress: Creating a Button That Runs a Query

By seorocket / a couple of weeks ago

One of the things I love about WordPress is the way you can use the WP_Query class to create your own custom query. This can query anything you want for the database – and I mean anything. Posts, custom posts, taxonomies, authors, custom fields, user login status: you name it, you can include it in […]

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A Personal Journey to Fix a Grunt File Permissions issue

By seorocket / a couple of weeks ago

I was working on a personal project this past week and got a weird error when I tried to compile my Sass files. Unfortunately, I did not screenshot the exact error, but was something along the lines of this: Failed to write to location cssmin: style.css EACCES That EACCES code threw me for a loop […]

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Designing Between Ranges

By seorocket / a couple of weeks ago

CSS is written slowly, line by line, and with each passing moment, we limit the space of what’s possible for our design system. Take this example: body { font-family: ‘Proxima-Nova’, sans-serif; color: #333; } With just a couple of lines of CSS we’ve set the defaults for our entire codebase. Most elements (like paragraphs, lists and […]

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How to Easily Duplicate a WordPress Post or Page

By seorocket / a couple of weeks ago

There are lots of reasons why you might want to duplicate a WordPress post or page. One reason is that it allows you to work on content without affecting the original version. Another reason is providing an easy way for clients to look at content and make changes before it goes live. Whatever your goal, […]