WP API Multiple Taxonomy Query

WP API Multiple Taxonomy Query

Before we get started, you will need to be running at least the following: WordPress: 4.4+ WP REST API (Plugin): 2.0+ The following examples will use a Custom Post Type named rental. When registering the CPT, we need to add the following argument: ‘show_in_rest’  => true. This allows us to query for our custom post type using the […]

WordPress Instagram Plugin for Developers

WordPress Instagram Plugin for Developers

There are tons of Instagram Plugins. The issue is that we haven’t really found one that lets the developer change the view/html directly. Many of these plugins will do fine if you’re a normal user, but if you want full control, then this is the plugin for you. Its stupid simple and the idea is […]

ACF and Yoast SEO integration

ACF and Yoast SEO integration

There are two plugins that we most likely install on every single WordPress installation: ACF Pro (Repeater and Flexicontent are killer!) Yoast SEO Plugin While ACF is great for creating new content blocks, it never gets counted by Yoast’s SEO plugin for its “focus keywords” analysis.  This happens to be a pretty sore point for […]

WordPress Development: VVV, Consistency and Automated Deployments

WordPress Development: VVV, Consistency and Automated Deployments

At Y-Designs, as with other firms in our industry, we are often forced to develop client websites using WordPress.  Wordpress is like Windows in the late 90s, early 2000s; many tools are available, even though the operating system itself is kind of questionable. One of the biggest issues with WordPress Development is the fact that […]

Beyond CodeIgniter: Bonfire

Beyond CodeIgniter: Bonfire

Being a huge CodeIgniter fan, I’ve been building small bits of code to be used in many projects.  

It however occured to me that my kit was nothing compared to what these guys did: Bonfire

Learning Nooku Framework: Setting it up.

Learning Nooku Framework: Setting it up.

Nooku Framework is a big step forward taken by a team of developers to make Joomla Development easier.  I appreciate their work, but the big issue with the Nooku Framework is the super fragmented and crappy documentation.  I’m starting to learn to code in it, but finding current and good documentation is the hardest part.  The first reactions have been that the auto-magic has been both nice and scary.