Create A Virtual Page Using Rewrite Rules In WordPress

/ Wordpress / by Paul Robinson / 2 Comments

In our last tutorial we looked at how to create a endpoint. Those were pages that could be created for each type of permastruct available within WordPress. This time we are going to look at creating a page that does not rely on any of WordPress’ built in permastructs and instead can match any URL you like. I would advise […]

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Creating A Custom Page With WordPress Endpoints

/ Wordpress / by Paul Robinson / 6 Comments

Today we are going to take a look at using Endpoints within WordPress. Endpoints are points that you can define on the end of the normal in-built permastructs within WordPress to provide extra functionality. What is a Permastruct? A permastruct is a Permalink Structure. So for example the URL you visit when viewing a single post, normally (depending on your […]

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Creating A WordPress Plugin With Composer and the Mailgun API

/ PHP / by Paul Robinson / 2 Comments

Composer is an extremely powerful tool for PHP developers and I love it, but how about when you are building a WordPress plugin? WordPress has a lot of built in features but having access to the massive library of packages available on sites like Packagist is amazing, so the question is how do you use Composer along with WordPress? Prerequisites […]

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Another WordPress Handy Tip

WordPress Tip: Do Not Use Init For Rewrite Rule Flushing

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Today I have a quick tip I want to share with everyone about rewrite rules in WordPress. WordPress is awesome. It has a nice, fairly easy to use rewrite system. You can use it to add your own rewrite rules and do all sorts of awesome things using a plugin. A lot of new developers also forget they are integral […]

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WordPress Actions and Filters: A Beginners Guide

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I been asked by a lot of visitors if I could do a guide to Actions and Filters for those just starting out with WordPress development. So, I thought I’d give it a try. I’ve Heard Talk of Hooks. What Are Hooks? Well WordPress have a small entry about this in their Codex. Hooks, or sometimes Hooks & Filters, are […]

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WooCommerce Developers Tips: Top 5

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I’ve recently been working on a WordPress theme which also involved adding a custom theme for the popular E-Commerce WordPress plugin WooCommerce. So to that end I’ve created a list of the 5 most helpful tips I can think of for those looking to start developing themes for the WooCommerce plugin. Work With WooCommerce This has to be one of […]

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Creating A WordPress Plugin Using OOP Techniques

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Today we are going to look at how to write a WordPress plugin using Object Oriented Programming techniques. What Is OOP? Writing a plugin using OOP is basically writing your plugin as a PHP class. This can sound a little daunting at first because of the different way you have to handle functions to actions/filters. Here I’m hopefully going to […]

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