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How to Make WP_Query Arguments Filterable

By seorocket / 5 days ago

The WP_Query class is very powerful. It lets you create your own custom queries to run anywhere in your WordPress site – in the main content, in the sidebar or anywhere else you like. It’s something I use a lot, either in custom template files or in areas outside the content such as the sidebar […]

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Unit Testing WordPress Plugins with PHPUnit

By seorocket / 7 days ago

When you’re working on plugins and you start introducing new functionality, it’s good practice to ensure the existing logic isn’t broken. Without proper testing, the chances are high that simple fixes may snowball into a spaghetti coding nightmare. So in today’s article, I’ll show you how to take advantage of unit testing for your WordPress […]

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Is Your Website Accessible? If Not, You Could Be Violating the ADA

By seorocket / last week

Do you recognize the name Juan Carlos Gil? Well, if you’ve built a WordPress site that provides services or sells products to the general public, then you should probably take a moment or two to acquaint yourself with his story. On June 13, 2017, U.S. District Judge Robert Scola of Florida ruled in favor of […]

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What is Packagist and Why You Need It for WordPress Development

By seorocket / last week

If there’s one important lesson I’ve learned in my years of working with WordPress, it’s that if you can find a way to do less work, absolutely take it. Obviously, I’m not encouraging careless development work. What I am an advocate for, however, is employing a series of tools that cut out unnecessary, repetitive steps […]

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