We’re all familiar with the oft-used axion that with great power comes great responsibility. That could be no truer than when it comes to owning a self-hosted website. Yet the expectation is that those who contribute code to the WordPress ecosystem are the ones responsible for the success of the sites where that code is used.
A quick example of how to detect and display the size of a file uploaded to a custom field using the Advanced Custom Fields plugin in WordPress.
We all know WordPress comes with it’s fair share of bloat. This post covers a tip for cleaning up the markup in a site’s document header so it’s much more readable and less chunky.
I created a WordPress theme to help designers prototype web projects quickly using ZURB’s awesome Foundation front-end framework.
Splitting our CSS and JS up into separate files is something we sometimes have to do. Thankfully, WordPress has a way for us to load those files to specific pages to make our work more maintainable and focused on performance.