If you’re looking to have some fun with custom post types and taxonomies in #WordPress, I’ve put my first plugin, CPT-onomies, up for adoption.
A recent interviewer asked me to share any words I had for “future Women in WordPress”, this lovely subset of human being the focus of the article. In response, a stream of advice flowed out of me that shouldn’t be solely reserved for women, but for all technologists. I hope this post serves to inspire you, whether you’re a veteran in the field or new to the game. Experiment as much as possible. Don’t be afraid to break things and learn from your mistakes. Ask for help when you need it. If you want to learn programming, study problem solving,… Read more
Custom WordPress admin columns can be pretty helpful for quickly viewing, and managing, your content from the main edit screen. So why not take the action up a notch by making your columns sortable?
There are five default WordPress taxonomies: category, post_tag, post_format, nav_menu, and link_category. Let’s customize their permalinks.
The WordPress admin bar, or toolbar, can be really helpful but sometimes it gets in my way, especially when I’m trying a new design and having difficulty imagining what it looks like without a dark gray bar running across the top. Let’s get rid of the silly thing when we don’t need it.
Sometimes you want to make sure no posts can use particular “slugs” in their URL. Let’s learn how.
While “Quick Edit” and “Bulk Edit” are not widely used, and are kind of hidden, features, they are no less powerful and time-saving. So when a user requested they be added to CPT-onomies, I got busy learning all I could.