Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis

Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis → Times story on Facebook’s problems This New York Times story on how Facebook has dealt with its crises over the last two-ish years has been doing the rounds this week, and for good reason: it’s really good. The primary insight is referenced in the headline: […]

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How to Use get_the_author_meta in WordPress to Show Author Info

Your author’s are the heart of most WordPress sites. They write your content, engage with your audience, and generally make the site work as it should. As such, you’ll often want to get WP author meta from the site so that you can show it off in your template. The way to get meta author […]

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Crypto-coin-stealing code sneaks into fairly popular NPM library

Crypto-coin-stealing code sneaks into fairly popular NPM library → I’m not particularly into either npm (the JavaScript dependency library and installer) or cryptocoins (approximately “Bitcoins”), but I was talking some fellow WordPress developers and this pretty interesting and complex security story came up. The summary is this: On September 9, right9control added flatmap-stream as a dependency […]

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Discovered Currently Not Indexed Status Excluded Search Console

Discovered Currently Not Indexed Status Excluded: Discovered currently not indexed means that Google has successfully discovered your website URLs with sitemap.xml file or from your website URLs by Google Bot and then it has been discovered from your website but not indexed in Google search index thus it shows in search console saying these URLs […]

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How to Run a Better WordPress Agency Using ManageWP

Working with one WordPress client is a simple enough matter. Add a few more onto the pile and you find that your workload has become fuller but still manageable. As momentum builds in your WordPress business, however, thoughts of adding more clients may have you worried. You wonder: “Do I need to hire a team […]

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Object-Oriented PHP: The __construct() Magic Method

In this article, we tackle an intermediate topic in object-oriented PHP: magic methods, specifically __construct(). Our goal in this article is to explain __construct() itself: of all the magic methods in OO PHP, it’s by far the most important, certainly in a WordPress context. To explain _construct(), though, we first need to explain what magic methods themselves […]

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How to Customize File Upload Inputs

How to Customize File Upload Inputs → This code demo saved my bacon on a client project that needed a very specifically styled file upload input box. Why would that be difficult? It turns out there’s no default way to override the browser’s <input type=”file”> styling! Isn’t that weird? The key information is in the “Hiding the […]

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Basic Syntax of HTML with Example

Basic Syntax of HTML with Example: To get in to deep with html its very important to understand and learn the basics syntax of html and understand syntax of html so lets dive in the basics of html programming and html what does it mean. Before diving in lets see what is html and what […]

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What Is The Morning Writing Effect?

What Is The Morning Writing Effect? → Writing as a proxy for “when do we work best”? Grab a cup of coffee and indulge in this preposterously detailed post on the “morning writing effect”, which tries to understand whether the “I do my best work in the morning” effect often described by writers is actually real, […]

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Black Friday 2018: Deals from WordPress Businesses We Love

Black Friday is here! Here’s a roundup of Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals from WordPress businesses we love. WPShout Courses We’re offering our two flagship “learn WordPress development” courses—Up and Running and WordPress Security With Confidence—for the price of one. You’ll get the world’s best grounding in WordPress development, and in WordPress security, all for […]

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