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This post is part of a series on Sanitization with the WordPress Settings API. Here is Part 2.Whenever we’re in the process of teaching a new idea to someone – be it if you’re a teacher, a TA, maybe a professor (I have no idea what this is like) – I’ve found that it always […]

This post is part of a series on Sanitization with the WordPress Settings API. Here is Part 1.Yesterday, I started talking about how to sanitize multiple values with the WordPress Settings API. The idea behind the post was to kick off a short series of additional posts that expand on some of the object-oriented articles […]

This post is part of a series on Sanitization with the WordPress Settings API. This is the first post in the series.A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a series of posts on An Object-Oriented Approach to the WordPress Settings API. With the proliferation of the The Customizer, I don’t know what the fate of […]

Occasionally, I’ll get questions via Twitter or email from those who are working with the Settings API and aren’t sure why certain values are saving when they shouldn’t actually be saving. For example, say you have an input field that’s asking for, say, a company’s name. You obviously want to sanitize the data to make […]

When working with WordPress menu page permissions, you there’s a chance that you’ll eventually come across the “Cheatin’ uh?” message. In short, this particular message shows up whenever a user of a certain role with a certain set of capabilities is trying to do something that they aren’t permitted to do. For example, say that […]

With the recent change to WordPress.org requiring themes to use the WordPress Theme Customizer in their work, WordPress designers and developers have been talking about it and discussing it for several weeks now. And rightly so: Many of us are fans of the customizer, many are not, some fall in between, and some wish that […]

/ May 7, 2015 / Comments Off on Using SiteGround For WordPress Hosting

Using SiteGround For WordPress Hosting

As if this is actually news to anyone, one of the number one choices that has to be made when hosting a website is where to actually host the site. And there’s no shortage of hosts from which to choose. For beginners, it’s easy to look for cheap hosting, for more advanced users, it’s easy to look at managed […]

Comments are closed. The winner has been selected and contacted. Thanks to all who participated!Back in December, the team at ThemeFuse was kind enough to offer a giveaway and have offered to do the same again this month. Since I try to take advantage of certain opportunities that help benefit those of you who are budding […]

I could completely be in the minority in what I’m about to say, but when I see phrases such as “The WordPress Admin,” I cringe a little. Maybe I’m being a bit legalistic, but hear me out: All throughout the backend of WordPress, we see the phrase “Dashboard.” In fact, it’s the first menu item that […]

Comments are closed as the winners have been selected and emails. Thanks to all who participated!One of the more popular services that has to come to WordPress within the last year or so is the ability to integrate Git into your theme, plugin, and/or application development workflow. And why shouldn’t it? Services like GitHub and […]

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