WooCommerce 2.2 – What it means for you

Posted by April Sadowski and filed under Blog, Updates, Wordpress

Dubbed “Prowling Pangolin,” it’s coming in 24 hours and as a developer, we often see people click “update” in their WordPress control panel without looking into the changelog and knowing how it could affect their site. Here are some things to consider with the 2.2 update: Refunds WooCommerce will allow you to process full/partial refunds seamlessly assuming your […]

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Deconstructing the ACF Image Field

Posted by April Sadowski and filed under Blog, Tips & Tricks, WordPress

ACF (Advanced Custom Fields) allows users to use an ID, array, or URL for images. Once the field is set up in ACF, it’s up to you to get it to work correctly in your template/theme. This is known as the “return value” in ACF. You would write this (changing the get_field(‘image’) to get_field(‘your_field_name’):

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Post Control/Revisions

Posted by April Sadowski and filed under Blog, Tips & Tricks, WordPress

WordPress has a nasty habit of keeping a cluttered mess of post revisions. There is a nice little snippet of code you can add to your wp-config file to limit how many are keeping house in your database: [code xclass=”prettyprint”]define( ‘WP_POST_REVISIONS’, 3 );[/code] You can also remove post revisions completely with this snippet: [code xclass=”prettyprint”]define(‘WP_POST_REVISIONS’, […]

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Bootstrap Tabs and WooCommerce

Posted by April Sadowski and filed under Blog, Tips & Tricks, WordPress

I’m working on a site that uses Bootstrap and needs WooCommerce implemented with it. While styling the tabs wasn’t a requirement, I decided to adjust the output so it would render with the Bootstrap tab engine rather than WooCommerce. I could also make the styling uniform with the rest of the site without any bloated […]

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WordPress Menus and Blank Links

Posted by April Sadowski and filed under Blog, Tips & Tricks

I discovered this on my own, but there have been some posts regarding this such as How to Add Titles in WordPress Menu Without Linking to a Page from WPBeginner. As you know, WordPress requires you to put some kind of content in the menu link area before you can put it “in” the menu in […]

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APC and GoDaddy Hosting

Posted by April Sadowski and filed under Blog, Bugs & Fixes

Sometimes I just want to yell at GoDaddy for not playing nice. I rarely think it hears me. When developing a site using the economy hosting plan (and I should mention, I never will recommend GoDaddy for hosting) I discovered some fatal and intermittent errors. After doing some investigative research, I discovered the root of the […]

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