The bags your bag web site project was very interesting as it gave me the opportunity to code numerous extensions to the eShop plugin that the site used. I added a cart count, related products shortcode and a PayPal note (NO, you DON’T need a PayPal account – it’s a misconception that just won’t die). […]
While I was proud of myself for being an early adopter of Custom Post Types when I used them on the Body Connection Spa web site, it annoyed me that I could not get custom columns to work in the admin area. This annoyed me for almost a year when I finally hunted down a solution – changing dashes to underscores in the CPT’s internal name.
Read how to programmatically apply a coupon/discount code to a WooCommerce shopping cart when a certain quantity of a specific product is added to the shopping cart.
I normally dread the request to get rid of index.php from the url of sites hosted by Register365 on Zeus web server but this time I had some success.
Using a WordPress action you can include PHP global variables in your html without having to modify any theme files.
Yet another WordPress filter provided the ability to use a regular expression to add to the title parameter of the WordPress menus. Potentially good for SEO.