Tag Archives: development

WordPress Hooks and Filters Order Of Precedence

When building plugins and themes I often need to reference the WordPress order of precedence of hooks.   This helps ensure various components are loaded only when needed and at the right time.   The base list I reference is the old Codex Plugin API/Action Reference page.   Its sister… Read more »

Adding Screen Options To WordPress Admin Pages

Many of the built-in WordPress admin pages have a Screen Options drop-down tab on the top right of the page.   This is used to set how many items are shown in the default WordPress tables, such as the list of pages or posts.   Some of the WordPress admin… Read more »

Hacking WordPress – Articles About Coding Plugins and Themes

Recently I’ve begun building a music directory site.    I purchased a premium theme and the accompanying premium plugins.    Sadly, premium does not necessarily mean well-written.   Turns out this theme and the associate plugins do a few good things, look great on the surface and do a lot of really horrid… Read more »

Changing PHP Version On Vagrant

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After nearly 24 hours of working on this issue I finally figure out how to change the running version of PHP from the WEB SERVER under VVV for my WordPress development environment.  I recall, at a WordPress conference last year, someone touting how easy it was to change PHP versions… Read more »

Adding WordPress REST API Security To Basic CRUD Operations

Work has been underway adding REST API functionality to the Store Locator Plus plugin.   Most people are familiar with the basic concept of using REST to fetch data from a remote server.   We use this every day when surfing the web using the basic premise of an HTTP GET… Read more »