Tag:WordPress

WordPress REST API Cors Issues Solved

Conditionally access JavaScript object without returning an error. Shorter and simpler to implement, and returns null or undefined. Alternative to Lodash get.

Pulling Ordinary Files from WordPress Media Library Using Gatsby Resolvers

Conditionally access JavaScript object without returning an error. Shorter and simpler to implement, and returns null or undefined. Alternative to Lodash get.

Gatsby with WordPress – Caching Downloaded Media Images to Reduce Build Time

Conditionally access JavaScript object without returning an error. Shorter and simpler to implement, and returns null or undefined. Alternative to Lodash get.

Software Install for WordPress and JS Environments

Conditionally access JavaScript object without returning an error. Shorter and simpler to implement, and returns null or undefined. Alternative to Lodash get.

GatsbyJS and WordPress Gives Website a Lease of Life

After over three years of having the same WordPress theme, it was time for a change! This came about for a few reasons. There was nothing overwhelmingly wrong with the theme, but the font wasn’t the best on mobile. It’s nice to read an article on a mobile phone and not have to squint. I […]

The Rise of the Content Mesh

On October 4th 2018 an article named “Delivering Modern Website Experiences: The Journey to a Content Mesh” was published by Sam Bhagwat on gatsbyjs.org. Sam introduced the concept of a Content Mesh, and touched on the different pieces that are involved. In essence, the Content Mesh allows you to (from Sams article): select best-of-breed solutions […]

Simple WordPress Custom Login Page

As a site admin, or a user of the admin area of WordPress you will see a lot of the login page. It does the job for a personal blog, but if the site you are developing is for a client it probably shouldn’t be covered with the WordPress logo and links. These few snippets […]

Turbo VM Extension injecting code

For those of you who have found the same thing. Enter Turbo VM Extension.   I was in the latter stages of developing a WordPress theme when I found a strange section of code inserted at the bottom of the page. I originally thought it was a mistake in my code as there was a large white […]