Slider Revoultion is a very popular plugin in the WordPress community for creating dynamic content sliders. The plugin has some issues when used on Pantheon's hosting, due to its non-standard file structure. In this article we'll look at how to get this properly working within your Pantheon environments.
I presented my talk, "Do it in code!", on creating custom plugins for site structure at WordCamp Vancouver on Saturday, August 27, 2016. Here are the slides, and all the resources and links I mentioned in the presentation.
Rex Rana's own Peter Hebert will be presenting a session at WordCamp Vancouver 2016.
The Drupal community officially said goodbye to Drupal 6 at last week's DrupalCon in New Orleans. We look at support options going forward for older Drupal 6 based sites.
WP Pusher is a new plugin for WordPress that allows you to install and update plugins or themes via an external Git repository. We'll take a look at this plugin and its advantages in a git development workflow.
Usually when doing PHP web development on Windows, the reccomended route is to use a virtual machine based solution such as Vagrant to run a true LAMP (Linux OS, Apache web server, MySQL or MariaDB database, and PHP) stack. Sometimes there are reasons why you might not want a virtualized sever, but a native Windows install, or WAMP. As we'll see in this tutorial, it is not all that difficult to get a native WAMP stack running.
The recent 4.4 WordPress upgrade brings responsive images, but it also bring a bug which causes them not to load properly on SSL encrytped sites. Here's how to fix this problem.
Many people have a large the collection of recipes, cobbled together over the years, clipped from newspapers and magazines, passed down from parents and grandparents, from cookbooks and online recipe sites. How to go about organizing these recipes? Let's explore the possibilities...