Archive for: 2014

WordPress: Create a Custom Widget (Part 3)


This entry is part of my WordPress development series, providing tutorials on specific things you can do in WordPress. Read some more?

In Part 3 of creating a custom widget, we are updating the code from 

Tip Tuesday: My Top 5 HTML Email Coding Tips


Coding HTML emails is not like coding a website. The code is that of 1999, back when we used tables to build websites, before mobile and responsive even existed, and the 800×600 screen resolution was the most common.

Whether you’re  …

Tip Tuesday: WordPress URLs in JavaScript


There are instances where you may need to use WordPress URLs in JavaScript files. However, hard-coding URLs is not an ideal solution, especially in situations where you have development and production environments. We can solve this by using the wp_localize_script()  …