This is a tiny tale about a little market town in England.
If you’ve googled the above title like me and came up with a bunch of links on how to enqueue (or load) CSS or JS whilst you are in the admin area, you will have had a ton of stuff related to admin_enqueue_scripts which you don’t want…
I realised recently that I followed so many people on Twitter that I’d actually stopped bothering to keep an eye on my Twitter stream. It’s not that I wasn’t interested in what people had to say (well sometimes I wasn’t) and it’s not that I was too busy (well sometimes I was) it was just the sheer volume of tweets and I couldn’t keep up.
Working on a client project in WordPress recently, I came across something I’d not thought of before…
Category based Previous and Next links on Custom Post Types.
It’s been a while since I relaunched my company website, 2nd Floor. I worked hard to get the best performance I could from the website, running multiple page speed tests and really trying to hone it down.
After hours of experimentation (yes I got a bit obsessed with it) I was able to get a good compromise between page speed and sensible site maintenance.
I love having a blog, but I am the first to admit that I’ve not been fantastic at writing posts.
So in an open commitment to my follower (or maybe followers) I’ve written a list of blog posts I am planning on writing over the next few weeks and months.