In this video we cover validating and saving data to the WordPress data sent via an Ajax request. This is the last step to making successful Ajax requests in WordPress. Youtube Channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCnVv6y1FJ2XbbmXvWO9VBDg Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/mrbobbybryant Follow on Github: github.com/mrbobbybryant Don’t forget to subscribe!
In this video we create a custom query to display our custom post type data on an admin settings page. We also cover a few performance items in the process. codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Query 10up.github.io/Engineering-Best-Practices/php/#performance
We just recently moved to “HTTPS everywhere” right here on CSS-Tricks. I wrote up a blog post (css-tricks.com/moving-to-https-on-wordpress/) detailing the steps to get there. This video is a companion to that, talking through the steps, as I know some folks prefer that style and the type of detail it affords.
We configure Gulp to streamline our tasks automatically. We have a working Gulp setup now. There are many other things you can do, hint: Checkout NPM Browserfy 🙂 Project Files: Git: github.com/JREAM/learning-gulp
WooCommerce tutorial for beginners. If you’re planning on creating an eCommerce site with WordPress and WooCommerce this year then is the video to start with. This beginners guide to WooCommerce in 2015 will set you on the right path to building a professional and hopefully profitable eCommerce website. Bluehost.com web hosting and domain: (Affiliate) www.bluehost.com/track/uploadwordpress […]