Gotta love the catchy title on this post from George Stephanis's talk from WordCamp Philly: "The Seven Deadly Theming Sins" http://s0.videopress.com/player.swf?v=1.03 You know it's good cause George works for Automatic 😉
Thanks to Mike Jolley for his great post on ways to keep your site secure during development. Plus, it comes with graphics!
When you're responsible for the security of a site, it's important that you understand about Bruce Force Attacks. These attacks happen when a number of people or a single person with a number of computers under his or her control tries to access your site multiple (hundreds or thousands of times) in order to try … Continue reading Tips on Protecting Your Site From Bruce Force Attack
If you ever need to create a custom RSS feed, here is the basic process: Get the original RSS template (feed-rss2.php, feed-rss.php, or feed-atom.php) Save the file as another name and customize it how you need Convert the template into a custom page template by adding /* Theme Name: Custom RSS */ Assign a new page the … Continue reading How to Add a Custom RSS Feed in WordPress
While working on a recent customization for a WooCommerce site, I had a little difficulty tracking down exactly where the orderby drop down that appears above product listings lives in the code. Since I didn't find a blog post addressing this directly, I thought I would share what I figured out. To remove the drop … Continue reading How to Remove the Orderby Dropdown for Products in WooCommerce