Tools for Inspecting and Debugging, WordCamp Phoenix 2013 from Chris Olbekson Thanks to all those that attended my WordCamp Phoenix session on Tools for Inspecting and Development. Please feel free to comment or ask any questions. These are the same tools I use in my everyday work writing and testing code.
This method uses a counter and 1 query to return the latest 3 posts from multiple custom post types. This might not be the best solution if you have a really large amount of posts because it will loop through all the posts and if the count is higher than 3 for the given post type it will go back to the beginning of the loop.
The purpose of this guide is to show you how you can add Git to your WordPress development workflow and will include the basics of securely installing Git on a remote server, using your local machine for development and deploying your changes to a live production server using SSH.
One of the topics discussed in my WordCamp Houston Presentation, Optimizing For Performance, was putting social media share buttons in an iframe to improve page rendering. I thought it would be helpful to describe in more detail how to accomplish this. Since Facebook already does a pretty good job of putting their widget code in […]