The new WordPress theme running this website has been improved by the use of WordPress' get_template_part function.
A stripped-back, simple WordPress theme for my personal website, which I can begin extending as and when I have the time.
A summarized insight into maintaining individual features in your own WordPress plugins through the flexibility and organisation of modular development.
WordPress is much more than a simple tool for building websites. Here are a few prominent sites which use WordPress and its new REST API for much more than a simple blog.
I provide a free public Github repository containing example code for starting work on a WordPress theme which uses PHP namespaces and template parts.
I provide a free public Github repository containing example code for starting work on a WordPress plugin, which uses PHP namespaces.
Using modern web technologies to replicate the ubiquitous red panel used by Swiss railway company SBB CFF FFS.
The latest project we've launched at !frappant is for SBB (Swiss Railways): a microsite for the Rail Control System team, which promotes their work controlling the flow of rail traffic throughout the national network.
The new Lingo app (from The Noun Project) allows you to collate and manage your design assets in one place.
Andy Budd made a very important point during episode 93 of The Web Ahead podcast. In it, he's answering a question raised about where a less-experienced web designer can find resources to see what the current “best practices” are for site element design.
My employer re-branded recently, which meant a new corporate identity and a new website using Zurb Foundation, CSS Flexbox and TYPO3.
I finally got around to reading the submission details for the official WordPress Plugin directory this week and submitted a couple of simple plugins. They have now been approved and are available for free to anyone using WordPress.
My erstwhile mentor in Brienz taught me throughout our years working together that if a website functionality is worth creating, it's worth creating so that it can be used in more than one project. Programme once, install many times. This is a credo I've maintained since I started programming for content management systems and one I try to pass on…