Really. There are a lot of WordPress resources out there, with fancy tutorials and snippets and thingamajigs, but 99% of my questions are answered in one of the above 2 sites.Once I’ve got piece of code working the way I want, I save it so I can refer to it later. I’m working on consolidating all my working code snippets, but for now they can be found on this site, or in github gists (as well as in some of my plugins). Some are still in the mu-plugins folder of my local development site, I’m working on getting those cleaned up and online.
Some have wondered why I have been posting more photos than code recently. Firstly, I haven’t been posting less code, I’ve just been filling the gaps between posts.
As an avid fan of WordPress, it was silly of me to use the software so infrequently. Building plugins is great fun, but it’s even better when you have a better understanding of what the software can actually do.
My recent dive into photo blogging isn’t so much about the photos (although it is a hobby), it’s about getting more familiar with WordPress. The more I use it, the more I know about it. And thus the more helpful my plugins can be. So I’ve been making an effort to post everyday, even if just a quick photo.
Overtime, as I build this habit, you’ll start seeing quotes, links, or short response posts like this one in addition to the geekier posts I’ve been posting for the past couple years.