Had a brief stroll this afternoon with my camera and macro lens to capture some early springtime. The shallow depth of field of the macro lens is quite apparent in some shots.
Custom fields add a tremendous amount of flexibility to WordPress’ built-in content types (posts and pages) but also to custom content types. They allow data entry of different shapes and forms versus the standard editor. I recently had to implement some custom fields on pages and decided to document how I got the job done using CMB2.
Author: Pat Frank Publisher: Harper Perennial Published: 1959 Pages: 323 As part of my ongoing interest in the Second World War (evidenced by my World War 2 tag) I have been looking for books, both fiction and non-fiction, that told stories, not merely presenting facts like The Necessary War. Not that there’s anything wrong with […]
In previous posts in my photography tag, I’ve documented my learning process and acquisition of new equipment. I’ve long eyed getting a fisheye lens; it’s not an overly practical lens versus a fast prime or a fast telephoto, but it can be used to create some interesting photos. I lucked out last summer and found […]
Introduction There has long been a practice in themes including a theme settings page within the administrative dashboard. The customizer, which first appeared in [which??] has been intended as a place to centralize appearance-related settings. WordPress has since been encouraging use of the customizer over theme options pages. The Customizer Whither options pages? WordPress for […]
This unique book recounts the experiences of a British soldier in the WWII conflict. It particularly highlights his time impersonating a Jewish prisoner in one of the labor camps in Germany.
WordPress 4.4 was released earlier this month, and I have been gathering some information on notable changes in this release. Overall several nice additions, but they seem mostly developer-oriented this time around.
I have long watched the PC enthusiast community showcase their custom systems, and followed the commentary on parts selection, aesthetics, performance considerations, and numerous other related topics. I finally put it all to work in planning and assembling my first custom computer.
WordPress theme developers have long used different means to require plugins to accompany a theme, since WordPress itself doesn’t provide the means to do so. Fortunately a library fills this gap and does so in a way that is easy to implement and maintains a familiar user experience. That library is TGM.