View on Wordpress WP Asset Manager (wp-asset-manager) is a WordPress plugin that deactivates individual or all WP plugin styles and scripts per page to decrease load time.
I just finished building my first WordPress/Magento hybrid for a client in The Tomorrow Lab as discussed in my blog post.
A handy guide for using em breakpoints rather that pixels.
Below is a great MySQL query to do a table wide search and replace.
Ive been developing WordPress sites for 6 years and like a lot of developers I have had some good and bad experiences with the CMS.
Key Points Always ALWAYS ALWAYS leave comments in your code Before writing a function you should have an understanding of what you want to return.
How to create a plugin Creating a plugin can be daunting but before you proceed ask yourself the following questions: Do I need a plugin? Can it be solved with a function in your themes functions.
Below are a list of recommended plugins that I feel should be compulsory for any website.
Custom Post Types are really easy to create through the functions.
Custom themes Never customise default WordPress themes You should never use the default WordPress themes as a boilerplate to new client sites as: There are files and functions that you will not need, keep your theme clean and robust.