5FTF recap for April 24th, 2020

Over the past couple of months, I have been allowed time to begin better learning modern WordPress technologies like React and more specifically Gutenberg development. This has been time allowed during the work day, mostly on Fridays, so that I can be better prepared for potential clients coming into Maintainn from WebDevStudios that make use Read More…

5FTF recap for March 27th, 2020

Honestly this month was not super eventful for interesting work done. Part of my day job with WebDevStudios has been affording us time during the week to work through a list of Javascript and Gutenberg online learning courses. Normally I had been doing that for a few hours every Friday. However, I decided to try Read More…

5FTF recap for February 28th, 2020

February has come and gone and we’re at the end of another “5FTF” day with my employer WebDevStudios. As mentioned last month, I want to start documenting better what activities I participate in with these events. It also allows for some easy, routine, blog content. IndieWeb.xyz Today was once again two-fold, with the first part Read More…

@TODO Day

We’ve all seen them in code, our own and others’, and they sit there, staring at us, begging “why do you ignore us?”. No, I’m not talking about un-optimized code or needless comments. Well, yes in a way, for that first one. I’m talking about the ever present @todo Do some task comment, reminding us Read More…

Working pagination for custom WP_Query objects

If you have ever created a custom WP_Query object, chances are you have potentially needed to also provide pagination for the resulting loop and display of posts. Sadly, WordPress core does not make this the easiest to achieve, but it is possible depending on which pagination-based functions you use. This tutorial aims to show how Read More…

5FTF recap for January 31st, 2020

It may depend on exactly what type of work I do for a given “5 For The Future” day aka 5FTF, but I’d like to start posting a recap of those days and my thoughts towards the end of it. Today will be the first, hopefully I don’t lose the momentum. As has been common Read More…