Since WordPress 3.0, released in June 2010, the themes bundled with WordPress core have been named twentysomething, starting from twentyten. The latest is twentyseventeen. [Read more…]
If you’re developing a Genesis child theme and making quite a few changes to your
style.css file you may want a quick and easy method of ensuring the style file is reloaded every time it gets changed.
One way is to ensure that the
ver parameter on the stylesheet definition changes each time you update the file. [Read more…]
Over the past few weeks I’ve been updating the premium version of my WooCommerce weight zone shipping extension. oik-weight-zone-shipping-pro v0.1.0 is now available from oik-plugins.com. This version has three enhancements: support for WPML and WooCommerce MultiLingual, support for shipping classes, and a self update capability. [Read more…]
After the latest update to Windows 10, my Windows temporary directory was updated such that I re-encountered some of the problems I’d experienced earlier in the year. When I fixed the problem I didn’t write down the actions that I’d taken to restore access to my own files. This time I did. [Read more…]
This post documents my experiences of getting started with
React.js. Note: this is a work in progress. [Read more…]
This is a work in progress post, cloned rather prematurely from my development machine so I can refer to from my iPad when my development machine is not available. [Read more…]
For every new release of WordPress, plugin and theme developers are expected to test that their products are compatible with the new version, and to update their “Compatible up to” status. But if you have lots and lots of plugins, how do you test them all? WordPress uses a tool called PHPUnit. Plugins and themes can do the same. This post discusses the solution that I’ve been developing to PHPUnit test my WordPress plugins in situ. [Read more…]
Two versions of my new Weight zone shipping for WooCommerce 2.6 plugin are now available. [Read more…]
This is a simple blog post to test what image I actually see when I view the cached version of a file which once showed “Multiple Rate Weight and Country based shipping” and now shows “Add shipping method”.
The image URL is.
This is the image.
Try it on each of your devices and browsers. On my laptop with Chrome it still shows the “Multiple Rate Weight and Country based shipping” () image. See Jetpack photo cache issue #2752333.
Summary of tests.
|Device browser etc||Displays expected image?|
|Laptop Chrome incognito|
|Laptop Chrome after clearing cache|
|Wife’s Samsung Galaxy Chrome|
|Wife’s laptop Chrome|
|Wife’s laptop Edge|