There comes a point in every business, when it’s time to close down. I closed down a business website for a client today and figured I’d walk through how I did it, for people who’ve not done it before. It’s not as simple as just deleting the website and walking away. You want to leave
Sometimes it’s nice to add a bit of custom styling to the WordPress admin area to make things stand out a bit better. Today I needed to resize a meta box in the sidebar of the Gutenberg editor. We had lots of options for membership levels, but it was annoying to have to scroll through
From time to time, when I’m updating WordPress, I get hit with the error message “Another update is currently in progress”. This is caused by a line (possibly two) in the database that is supposed to stop clashing updates, but sometimes gets stuck. You could leave the site alone for 15 minutes and it will
I often use a Gravity Form connected to Stripe to take payment for things like web design jobs. The problem is that the pricing on the form is static by default. I need the same information from every web design client, but the price will change based on the size or scope of the job.
I spoke previously about how to make Divi’s toggle module web accessible, but what if you weren’t using Divi? I needed to have a disclosure pattern toggle independent of any theme. It needed to be setup using a shortcode with customizable content. Ideally, you’d want to wrap this into a plugin, but I’m going to
I was building a gift registry system where users could create and customize their own registry pages. I needed a way to connect the author ID to the post ID and display a different template based on who was viewing the gift registry page. But I needed to do it outside the loop. How to
Following on from the post on making the Divi Accordion module web accessible, today we’ll tackle the Divi Toggle module. The functionality of the Toggle module is similar to the Accordion module. The main difference is each Toggle element stands alone. Because of that, I think the Toggle module should follow the WAI-ARIA Disclosure Design
We had an unusual situation where we deleted a page and wanted to serve a 404 error page in its place. Instead, anyone who went to that URL was redirected to another page on the site. That hadn’t happened with any other URLs. Then it happened with another page we deleted. There were no redirect