Should The WordPress PHP Version Be Updated?

WordPress LOVES backwards compatibility as can be witnessed by the minimum-allowed WordPress PHP version remaining at 5.2.4 a decade after its end-of-life date.  It  may be  one of the reasons they have continued to garner market share.  Don’t require… Read More

PHP Autoload and Singleton(ish) Model

Once every couple of years I take a month off from hacking away at the Store Locator Plus products and delve into some personal projects.  It is a way to learn some new things and try out new… Read More

xDebug Remote Debugging With WordPress and phpStorm

I’ve been using phpStorm to do local debugging of my WordPress app on a VVV box for a few years now.   This week I have been running into some challenges with the MySLP SaaS service and while the… Read More

Lessons Learned : nginx and mixed HTTP/HTTPS Hosting

Stupid computers.    That is exactly how I feel after beating my head against the wall for the past week while migrating several sites to a new nginx server.  These are my crib notes so I can find the… Read More

A WordPress Plugin Coding Adventure – A Love Hate Relationship

Over the past 48 hours I spent time between numerous meetings writing another WordPress Plugin, a WooCommerce Report Modifier that we need for our Store Locator Plus store.   I’ve not written a “new from scratch” plugin that was… Read More

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