Blog Posts: Code
With a project I’m working on, I need to make sure site editors can add categories as needed, then automatically allow visitors to use those categories to filter posts on the front end. That means a custom taxonomy is the way to go.
I was recently called on to allow user filtering of custom post results. WESST’s new website lists all trainings (custom post type) for all six regions, sorted by date of training. We needed to allow site visitors to show trainings for only the region they select from a dropdown menu.
I’ve heard that IE9 and IE10 are supposed to be compliant with web standards, particularly IE10. And according to the browser emulation tool I use, and according to most people who use these browsers, that seems to be the case.
Nice little function to make the WordPress CMS a little better. Add to theme’s functions.php.
I spent an amazing weekend with a bunch (more than 212) of WordPress folks in Albuquerque this past weekend. Which means that for the first time in a while, I didn’t spend the weekend catching up on what I should have been able to accomplish during the week. So I’m catching up today (mostly), but wanted to take time to share personal highlights.
Recently, I had an opportunity to build an events listing that showed only upcoming events, with the next event appearing at the top. That’s pretty easy to accomplish. But I also wanted past events to disappear from the listing and show up instead on an events archive listing. It took a lot of searching.