Category: Open Source

  • How to customize the style of your WordPress login screen

    This post is going to show you how to add a few small code snippets to change the appearance of the WordPress login screen. We’ll walk through the process of changing the default WordPress logo to your own using the login_headertext filter that was added in WordPress 5.2 And I’m going to break down how […]

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  • Delivery Drivers for WooCommerce

    Today I am happy to announce the release of my newest open source plugin, Delivery Drivers for WooCommerce. As you can probably guess by the name, it’s a plugin for WooCommerce that adds functionality for businesses who offer delivery and would like greater control over the entire process. Part of the reason that I built […]

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  • Thank You WordPress

    WordPress version 1.5, named Strayhorn after the pianist Billy Strayhorn because “we thought he was perfect to represent the power and elegance of this release” was released February 17th, 2002. That seems to hold true with the upgrades that 1.5 brought users and developers, like the addition of Pages, additional templates and site customization, comment […]

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  • 5 Things I’ve learned building my first blocks for Gutenberg

    Over the last few months I’ve watched as Gutenberg has been developed, silently taking notes, watching for patterns and possible areas to excel in. Then I found that the domain Pillar.Press was available and it snapped me into action. You see, for about 6 months I’ve had the name Pillar saved as a name idea […]

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  • ? hue.js

    I forked a color picker for WordPress I know what you’re thinking. Isn’t there a color picker in WordPress already? Yeah … ? Why a color picker for WordPress? Technically, the hue.js color picker works independently of WordPress, so it’s not a color picker for WordPress at all. But to understand “why a color picker […]

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