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8 Reasons Why Your WordPress Plugin Might Bite The Big One

Posted 31st August 2013 at 05:27 AM by David V (David V - WPCodeKing Warrior Blog)

8 Reasons Why Your WordPress Plugin
Might Bite The Big One



1) Inconsistent Coding Standards
"Coding standards help avoid common coding errors, improve the readability of code, and simplify modification. They ensure that files within the project appear as if they were created by a single person." make.wordpress.org

Your code should clearly communicate its purpose to the casual observer
This is especially important if you were to...
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Basic Guide To Diagnose Problems in Your WordPress Website

Posted 17th February 2013 at 08:31 PM by David V (David V - WPCodeKing Warrior Blog)
Updated 18th February 2013 at 10:58 AM by David V (Grammer)

What To Do When You Have
WordPress Website Problems

This is going to be a simple blog post and will only cover the basic first steps to identifying problems.

I see people having small (and big) issues all the time in both the Warrior Forum and elsewhere.

Regardless of the problem you are having, the basic protocols to narrow down the underlying issue are going to always be the same.

WordPress Plugins:

WordPress plugin
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Browsers & Vendor Prefixes - The Correct Prefixes Made Easy!

Posted 16th February 2013 at 08:32 PM by David V (David V - WPCodeKing Warrior Blog)

If you write your code for the best browser support or are just trying your hand at this,
I'm going to show you a few tools that will make the tedious task of hand writing these super simple and easy.

Ok, so maybe your wondering "what the hell is a vendor prefix"?

If you've ever peaked into some css stylesheets or looked at a websites coding with Firebug, you've might have seen something like this:
Code:
.box_gradient {
  background-color:
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WordPress Plugin Statuses & Types & 2 You Probably Didn't Know About

Posted 16th February 2013 at 05:47 PM by David V (David V - WPCodeKing Warrior Blog)
Updated 17th February 2013 at 06:05 PM by David V (Spelling)

I'm sure your likely familiar with "Active" plugins, and "Inactive" plugins if you've ever used a plugin in your WordPress website, but did you know there are 2 more types?

So, let's just briefly explain each plugin type.

Active - The active plugins are Dah!, the plugins that you have active on your website.
This one is a no-brainer!

Inactive - Again, like the "Active" plugin type, this is the opposite of course.
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