Back in 2010, you could just about get away with having a webpage with one or no images. Good content and the benefit of faster loading web pages just about balanced out the benefit that visuals brought to the user experience. But in 2018, visuals are essential. Widespread faster internet connections and the prevalence of visual content around the web has adjusted our minimum expectations.
This is a question I’ve asked myself many times.
I’ve got plenty of WordPress sites under my belt. Simple sites, complicated sites, I’m certainly no n00b when it comes to the WordPress world…however…you’ll never find my developing a plugin from scratch – yet.
It’s something I’ve wanted to get better at. Not only does WordPress power most of the web, but is something that I really enjoy doing.
But where do I start!?!
I remember the first thing I ever programmed on a computer.
It was “Hello, world.” — LOL!
I followed a book tutorial using QuickBASIC and then attempted to create a text based video game.
I never finished it, but I imagine I may have finished it had I had a cool app like this!
When I first rolled-up on Codebox I sighed.
With so many solid IDE’s out there, why would you need to create a new one?
I’m always on the lookout for cool tools to make web design easier, so when I found this little Chrome browser extension, I had to share it with you.
It’s really simple. Nothing too fancy, here. But that’s exactly what I like about it!
Going by the name, I am sure you can figure out what Dimensions does. By enabling it, you can easily figure out the number of pixels that are between two elements. Check it out:
If you’re interesting in building your own WordPress plugin and would love a great place to start, look no further.
The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate is the best place to start when developing WordPress plugins. From the most basic of functions, to the most dynamic, this boilerplate has been growing and evolving for several years, now.
I’ve seen (and used) this boilerplate before it had a notable version number and was poked away on Github. The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate has come a long way, and now it’s ready for you!